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ampuses and opt for distance learning in certain instances. it is imperative that service members are able to attain an excellent education not only because it makes our troops stronger, but because it serves as a necessary way to express gratitude for all of the ways that our service members sacrifice to protect our country. mr. speaker, i want to thank representative nadler for bringing this resolution forward. i urge my colleagues to support this resolution. i reserve the balance of my time. . the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman -- mr. thompson: i rise in support of h.res. 491 encouraging each institution of higher education in the country to seek membership in the service members opportunities college or s.o.c. consortium. the s.o.c. consortium was created in 1972 to provide
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educational assistance to servicemens who had trouble completing post-secondary education -- service members who had trouble completing post second sare -- post-secondary education because of being transferred. all institutions that join the consortium must agree to have military-friendly policies on campus. these institutions agree to things like reasonable transfer of credit policy, providing credit for military training and providing credit for at least one nationally recognized testing program like the college level examination program. the consortium also assists institutions and students in following new policy changes that may benefit service members or veterans. many republicans have long been in support of making sure that all se service members can achieve a post-secondary
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degree. the bill passed in the last congress included a number of new nichetives for service members and veterans. they provided a website that should serve as a one-stop shop for service members to get information about all education benefits. it also provides funds to help colleges develop on campus centers to help soldiers navigate everything from registering for classes to finding benefits to help pay for college. this assures students of all the information they need without having to navigate through read redd tapism realize many institutions have military friendly policies in place, whether or not they are part of this consortium. we're encouraging more institutions to review their policies and think about whether there's more that they could give back to those fighting for america's freedom. i want to congratulate my colleague, mr. nadler, for
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introducing this resolution. i urge my colleagues to support this resolution. i reserve the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady from hawaii. ms. hirono: i'm pleased to recognize the gentleman from new jersey, mr. adler, the sponsor of this resolution. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized. mr. adler: we have a country that watches us and is sometimed appalled by the partisanship. this is another example of the republicans and democrats working to together to help the young men and women who go overseas to help protect us back home and it's us standing up for the people who stood up for us to keep us free. i was delighted by the remarks of both ms. hirono and mr. thompson for their support. we are trying to support those
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schools that already do what they can in terms of admissions and credit transfers, in terms of recognizing the service time as an educational opportunity for which credit should be given. we want to encourage other universities and colleges that don't yet do this to do what schools colleges, technical schools around the couldn't arery have done since 1972 and increasingly so. i was happy that my state university of new jersey, rutgers, the state university of new jersey, has joined s.o.c. and is doing what so many colleges and universities have been doing since 1972 to help the american veterans realize their american dream, each of them as they see fit, by going to higher education to have a successful civilian life. i thank both my friends here, ms. hirono and mr. thompson and the leadership and committee on both sides for trying to work for our slet rans, work for act
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sieve -- active service members. i urge all our members to support this resolution. i yield back the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady reserves. the gentleman from pennsylvania. mr. thompson: once again, i thank my good friend for sponsoring this resolution, certainly proud as a member of the education and labor committee to support this resolution as well. to me, more importantly as the father of a united states soldier, thank you for this resolution. i yield back the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back. the gentlelady from hawaii. ms. hirono: i thank the gentleman from pennsylvania for his remarks and in particular because he has service members in his family. i i think mr. adler for bringing this forward and yield back the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the question is, will the house suspend the rules and agree to house resolution 491. those in favor say aye. those opposed no. in the opinion of the chair,
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2/3 being in the affirmative, the rules are suspended and think resolution is agreed to and without objection, the motion to reconsider is laid upon the table. for what purpose does the gentlelady from hawaii rise? ms. hirono: i move that the house suspend the rules and agree to house resolution 684 as amended. the speaker pro tempore: the clerk will report the title of the resolution. the clerk: house resolution 684, resolution recognizing and honoring howard university school of law's 140-year legacy of social justice and its continued commitment to the training of capable and compassionate legal scholars. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady from hawaii, ms. hirono, and the gentleman from pennsylvania, mr. thompson, each control 20 minutes. the gentlelady from hawaii. ms. hirono: i ask unanimous consent that all members have five legislative days to revise and extend and insert
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extraneous material into the record. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. ms. hirono: i yield myself such time as i may consume. i rise today to honor howard university school of law on their 140th anniversary. the students and many exemplary alumni of howard university school of law embody their motto, leadership for america and the global community. the howard university scoofl law's deep commitment to social justice and compassion began with its founding in 1869. it was established in an effort to help african-americans secure and protect their newly established rights. throughout its history, howard alumni have challenged racism and broken down barriers, rising to prominent positions in the field of law and justice. it was howard university school of law which served as the training ground and planning site of the thinkers who defeated the notion that separate education can ever be equal through the landmark case brown v. board of education of
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topeka, kansas. of the many notable african-american legal scholars, supreme court justice thurgood marshall, arguably one of the most influential african-americans in american history, was educated at howard law school. vernon jordan, former national urban league president and domestic policy advisor for president clinton, was educated at howard law school. charles hamilton houston, who earned the title, the man who killed jim crow, because of his successful civil rights litigation, served as vice dean at howard. few schools can boast having a supreme court justice, numerous federal judges, members of both the united states house and the senate, a governor, and several mayors among its alumni. it is a proud history of those great minds as well as countless others that have come before that pave the way for the next generation of legal scholars.
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howard university school of law graduates scholars with a lifelong commitment to change the world for the better. howard has been recognized for its diverse faculty, its relatively low cost, opportunity for hands on experience through a study of broad. -- study abroad program in south africa and many other educational opportunities as well as their volunteer work here in d.c., teaching constitutional law in public schools. the dedication to the tenets of truth and service that inspired the founding of howard university and the school of law still exist today as this institution continues to work toward social justice and leadership. the howard university school of law remains an important institution and will continue to serve as a beacon of justice and learning. mr. speaker, i want to honor and congratulate the current howard university president, dr. sydney rebeau, the howard
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school of university school of law dean and the faculty and staff and students of howard university on this momentous occasion of its 140th anniversary. i urge my colleagues to support this measure and i reserve the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady reserves her time. the gentleman from pennsylvania. mr. thompson: i yield myself such time as i may consume. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. mr. thompson: i rise in support of house resolution 686, a resolution recognizing and honoring howard university school of law 140-year legacy of social justice and its continued commitment to training of capable and compassionate legal practitioners and scholars. it was founded as a private university in washington, d.c. in 1867. the law school opened its doors to its first six students in 1869 and by the end of the first year, it enroll 2d2
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students. the first students graduated from howard university school of law on february 3, 1871 and the american bar association accreditted the school in 1931. today, hourt university school of law graduates approximately 185 students with either a juris doctorate or master's of law degree. students from howard come from all over the united states and the globe. they've had a history of promoting social and civil change. it has an impressive lineup of alumni who were key figures in our history, including john mercer langston the first african-american member of the house of representatives, charles e. ray, the first african-american woman to practice law in the district of columbia and thurgood marshall, a former justice of the supreme court and lead litigator in the landmark case brown vs. board of education. i congratulate the howard university school of law on 140
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years of success. i urge my colleagues to support this resolution and i ereserve the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady from hawaii. ms. hirono: i'm pleased to recognize the gentlewoman from michigan, ms. kilpatrick the sponsor of this resolution for four minutes. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady is recognized for four minutes. ms. kilpatrick: thank you, mr. speaker and i thank the gentlewoman from hawaii for coming into the house and to our ranking member managing the bill today, thank you for your support. as has been mentioned 140rk years ago, howard university established its law school. since that time hundreds of young men and women have graduated from this prestigious law school. today under the direction of our president, sydney ribeau it's also carrying on the legacy started in 1869.
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thurgood marshall, supreme court justice, known for his tenacity, his intelligence, his forthrightness, and at howard university in 1869 and beyond, they talked about social engineers is who they were putting out, men and women who could elaborate and repeat the institution and represent young people, old people, and people all over this country. they continue in that tradition today. thurgood marshall, 1954. the board of education. equal schools under the law. curt smoe former mayor of baltimore, maryland. our sitting senator right now, senator burris, from chicago, illinois. a graduate of howard law school. our own colleague, gregory meek, from new york, graduate of howard law school.
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the school today probably is just as important as it was, not probably, is just as important today as it was 140 years ago. i'm honored that the house will take up the legislation today that we would pass it on suspension. in a couple of week, they're having a ceremony on campus at howard university and i invite all alumni of howard university to come back on campus and let's celebrate. today we live in a world where equal protection under the law is a must. we must make sure that every citizen in america has access to quality representation, access to a fair process, and that lawyers from all over this country and abroad who represent those clients will give to the very best of their ability. howard university law school 140 years old. we thank those who began the school 140 years ago, 140 years
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ago. and we pray that as the tradition of the law school continues to excel around the world, that we will continue to lift up the united states of america. that we will protect our judicial system and that the lawyers who graduate from all the law schools across this country, including howard university's law school, represent to the very best of their ability, so that american citizens will know that the third branch of government is alive and well because in 1869 howard university was established. thank you and i yield back the balance of my time. . the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from pennsylvania. mr. thompson: continue to reserve. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady from hawaii. ms. hirono: i continue to reserve. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from pennsylvania. mr. thompson: mr. speaker, i
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don't believe i have any additional speakers on this bill. i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back the balance of his time. the gentlelady from hawaii. ms. hirono: i thank the gentleman from pennsylvania for his remarks in support of this measure and also ms. kilpatrick for bringing this measure forward. again commend howard university law school for its continuing commitment to equality and justice and opportunity for all and urge all of my colleagues to vote for this measure. i yield back the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady yields back. the question is, will the house suspend the rules and agree to house resolution 684, as amended. so many as are in favor say aye. those opposed, no. in the opinion of the chair 2/3 of those voting having responded in the affirmative, the rules are suspended, the resolution is agreed to, and without objection the motion to reconsider is laid upon the table. for what purpose does the gentlelady from hawaii rise? ms. hirono: i move that the house suspend the rules and agree to house resolution 696. the speaker pro tempore: the clerk will report the title of the resolution. the clerk: house resolution 696,
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resolution acknowledging and congratulating western wyoming community college in southwest wyoming on the occasion of its 50th anniversary of service to the students and citizens of the state of wyoming. the speaker pro tempore: pursuant to the rule, the gentlelady from hawaii ms. hirono, and the gentleman from pennsylvania, mr. thompson, each will control 20 minutes. the chair recognizes the gentlelady from hawaii. ms. hirono: mr. speaker, i request five legislative days during which members may revise and extend and insert extraneous material on h.res. 696 into the record. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. ms. hirono: i yield myself such time as i may consume. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady is recognized. ms. hirono: mr. speaker, i rise today in support of h.res. 696 which celebrates western wyoming's community college 50th year of service to the students and state of weo ming. established in 1959 alogical citizens committee and general election led to western wyoming community college. beginning with only 40 community college students and occupying
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the local high school facilities, the wwcc has emerged as a vital part of the southwestern wyoming community that prepares graduates for advanced degrees and work force readiness. the wwcc is a comprehensive community college that provides a great foundation for students because of its small class sizes, hands on learning experiences, and highly qualified instructors. wwcc truly succeeds at educating its students. in 2008, 100% of the nurses class passed the state exam. today western wyoming community college enrolls over 3,000 students and offers a wide range of courses with nine academic programs 70 concentrations, three million worth of financial aid and moderate undergraduate tuition, wwcc provides an affordable and diverse academic education for many students living in the surrounding area. the college prides itself on
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responding to the changing needs of local businesses and industries, primarily mining and energy. with exceptional academic and technical programs. its success is based on a strong history of collaboration with local industries. with that wwcc its motto a commitment to quality and success. i commend representative lieu miss for -- lumis for bringing this resolution forward. i want to express my support for this bill. i urge my colleagues to vote yes. i reserve. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from pennsylvania. mr. thompson: mr. speaker, i yield myself such time as i may consume. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized. mr. thompson: thank you, mr. speaker. i rise today in support of house resolution 696 acknowledging and congratulating western wyoming community college in southwest wyoming on the occasion of its 50th anniversary of service to the students and citizens of the state of wyoming. western wyoming community college was established in 1959. through the efforts of a citizens committee a campaign
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began and election was held and the college was created. through the support of the community the campus has been expanded several times since it was originally built in 1966. student numbers have increase interested 40 in 1959 to over 5,000 in 2002. western weo ming community college has grown almost every year and is now one of the seven community colleges that serve the state of wyoming. the main campus is located in rock springs wyoming, and together with extended campus located in green river comprises the fourth largest population center in wyoming. wwcc offers a variety of educational services to the community. they offer two-year transfer programs for students pursuing a baccalaureate. two-year occupational degrees and a number of certificate programs. the college's programs in humanities and fine arts, social science, science and mathematics, business and technology and industry, and health science. western's mission statement
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reflects the dedication that has led wwcc to become the successful institution it is today. of the 293 full-time students that enrolled in wwcc in 2005 72% graduated or went on to other higher education institutions by 2008. the mission of wwcc is to provide access to postsecondary educational opportunities by offering broad comprehensive programs in acceptic swass technical subjects. western encourages flexibility innovation, and active learning for students faculty and staff. western wyoming community college celebrates the 50th anniversary of their founding this month. for 50 years wwcc has provided a quality education to the people of their community, allowing them to further their careers and bert their lives. i thank representative lum must of wyoming -- lumis -- lummis for introducing this.
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and i ask my colleagues to support this resolution. i reserve the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman reserves. the gentlelady from hawaii. ms. hirono: i reserve the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady reserves. the gentleman from pennsylvania. mr. thompson: mr. speaker i yield as much time as she may consume to the gentlelady from wyoming. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady is recognized. ms. lummis: i rise today support of house resolution 669 and recognition of the 50 years of service by western by could he ying community college. i further wish to thank the gentlelady from hawaii and the gentleman from pennsylvania for their support of this resolution. as the gentlelady from hawaii pointed out, western began in the fall of 1959 serving only 40 students out of rock springs high school. today they have an award winning campus on college drive in rock springs, as well as an extended campus in green river. which collectively serve 4,000 credits and 2,000 community education students each semester.
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western service sweet water lincoln counties all in southwest wyoming. it is a valued partner with industry education and local business in its service area to provide transfer and technical education, work force training, cultural and athletic activities, and community education courses. like many kearnl institutions -- educational institutions across the nation western adheres to a set of altruistic guiding principles. learning is our purpose. students are our focus. employees are our most important resource. the community is our partner. adapting to change defines our future. and ethical standards guide our actions. and it embodies these principles in its motto, a commitment to quality and success. across our nation community colleges play a vital role in the higher education system.
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no state feels their significance more than the state of wyoming. wyoming is almost 100,000 square miles and is served by only one four-year university. western is the fifth of seven comprehensive community colleges that bridge the geographic span making college affordable and accessible across the state of wyoming. the seven community colleges across wyoming allow some students to complete their education with technical training or two years associates degree, while others transfer earned credits to continue and receive their bachelor's degrees and beyond. making the goals of many students even more accessible is the seamless transfer agreement between the university of wyoming anti-community colleges, allowing students to continue their education in laramie without loss of credits in the move. so in recognition of the western mustangs, their 50th anniversary, and to community colleges across wyoming and the nation, i ask my colleagues to
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acknowledge and celebrate western's achievements with me today. western will be celebrating as a campus from this saturday, september 26, through the following sunday, october 4. please help me in having the u.s. house of representatives celebrate this achievement with them by passing house resolution 696. thank you mr. speaker. thanks to the gentlelady from hawaii, the gentleman from pennsylvania i yield back the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady yields back. does the gentleman reserve. the gentlelady from hawaii. ms. hirono: does the gentleman from pennsylvania have any further speakers? mr. thompson: do i not have any additional speakers. i yield back at this time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady from hawaii. ms. hirono: i want to thank the gentlelady from wyoming for bringing this forward because community colleges all across the country play a pivotal role in providing educational opportunities for our citizens.
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i of course congratulate wwcc for its 50th anniversary. i yield back the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady yields back. the question is, will the house suspend the rules and agree to house resolution 696. so many as are in favor say aye. those opposed, no. in the opinion of the chair 2/3 of those voting having responded in the affirmative, the rules are suspended, the resolution is agreed to -- ms. hirono: i object to the vote on the ground a quorum is not present and make a point of order a quorum is not present. the speaker pro tempore: let me finish the call here. the resolution is agreed to. without objection the motion to reconsider is laid upon the table. pursuant to clause 8 of rule 20 and the chair's prior announcement, further proceedings on this motion will be postponed. ms. hirono: thank you, mr. speaker. the speaker pro tempore: for what purpose does the gentlelady from hawaii rise? ms. hirono: i move the house suspend the rules and agree to house resolution 455 as amended. the speaker pro tempore: the clerk will report the title of the resolution. the clerk: house resolution 455 resolution congratulating the
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wichita state university men's and women's bowling teams for winning the 2009 united states bowling congress intercollegiate bowling national championship. the speaker pro tempore: pursuant to the rule, the gentlelady from hawaii ms. hirono, and the gentleman from pennsylvania, mr. thompson each will control 20 minutes. the chair recognizes the gentlelady from hawaii. ms. hirono: mr. speaker, i request five legislative days during which members may revise and extend and insert extraneous materials on h.res. 455 into the record. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. ms. hirono: i yield myself such time as i may consume. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady is recognized. ms. hirono: i rise today to congratulate the wichita state university's men and women's bowling teams for each of their victories in the 2009 united states bowling congress intercollegiate bowling national championship. april 15 to 18, 2009, college bowling fans retreated -- were treated to a number of great bowling matches between the most skilled bowlers in the country. the wichita state university's men's bowling team entered the
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national tournament for the 24th consecutive year and ranked as the number one team in the nation. they garnered their ninth national championship defeating saginaw valley state university in the final match. the women's team also collected its ninth national championship beating lyndon wood university in their finals. sandra from the shockers was named the boming writers association of america, the bwaa female collegiate boller of the year. john and josh of the men's team were bwaa male collegiate boller of the year runnersup. as the most accomplished collegiate program in the nation. the wichita state shocker bowling teams have 18 national championship victories. no other team in the nation has achieved this magnitude of success. the program has produced 169 all americans and seven national
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bowlers of the year. better yet 32 former and current shocker bowlers represented our country on team u.s.a. i want to extend my congratulations to gordon, the head coach of both the women's and men's team. through his leadership coach vatican led wichita state university to 32 intercollegial bowling national championship tournaments since he began coaching in 1976. mark lewis, brian, and nathan also helped these teams reach elite status with their roles as assistant coaches. bowling by far is the school's most pre-eminent athletic program. winning the national championship and collecting its 18th national title has brought national acclaim to wichita state university. i know the fans of the university will revel in this accomplishment. mr. speaker, once again i congratulate the wichita state university for their success and
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thank representative tiahrt for bringing this resolution forward. i reserve the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady reserves. the gentleman from pennsylvania. mr. thompson: mr. speaker i yield myself such time as i may consume. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized. mr. thompson: thank you, mr. speaker. rye tadse in support of house resolution 455 congratulating the wichita state university's mens and women's bowling teams for winning the 2009 united states bowling congress intercollegiate bowling national championship. . wichita state university changed its name and entered the state program in 1964. today it offers more than 6 0 undergraduate degree programs and 200 areas of study in six undergraduate colleges. it fields teams in tennis, cross country, basketball,
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golf, crew, bowl, men's baseball and women's volleyball and softball. the name for the teams is the shockers and the name reflects the university's heritage. early students earning money by shocking or harvesting wheat in nearby fields. the w.s.u. shockers excelled at many sports over the years but bowling has become one of their most successful athletic teams. the sport of bowling originated in ancient egypt. bowling balls and pins are found in the tomb of an egyptian king that died in 562 b.c. the ancient polynesians bowled on lanes 60 feat long, same as today. british kings edward ii and richard ii banned bowling because they said people were wasting too much time playing the sport. bowl has been popular in america since colonial days. the german set slers used nine pins and the game evolved into today's modern 10-pin sport. today bowling is involved by --
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is enjoyed by millions of people worldwide. as the most accomplished collegiate bowling program in the nation the shocker browling teams have 18 state championships to their name. the shockers and saginaw valley state university scared -- squared off in the -- in a showdown between the two most successful bowling teams in the country. the women won in a two-game sweep. i'm honored to stand and recognize the achievements of players and coaches whose hard work led to the success of the university of wichita skate university bowling teams as the intercollegiate national championship. i urge my colleagues to support this resolutionened areserve the balance of my. . the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady from hawaii.
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ms. hirono: i reserve. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from pennsylvania. >> i yield such time as he may consume to the sponsor of the bill, mr. tiahrt. mr. tiahrt: i want to first thank the gentlewoman from hawaii for her help and also mr. thompson of pennsylvania. mr. speaker, i'm pleased to offer house resolution 455 honoring 2009 national champion wichita state university shocker men's and women's bowling teams. by its very nature a national championship is special. but to have both men's and women teams from the same school earn the same title in the same year is truly remarkable. the wichita state university men's team entered the elimination portion of the tournament seated first and -- a ranking which they held through the finals, where they claimed the national championship. the lady shockers were ranked second entering the elimination
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tournament and overcame the difficult schedule on their way to becoming national champions. these championship teams carry on a winning tradition at wichita state university. this is the ninth national title each of them, the second consecutive national title for the men and third women's national title in five years. wichita state university has been blessed with an incredible coaching staff, head coach gordon vatican, assistant coach mark lewis, are both member of the united states bowling congress hall of fame. gordon vatican has been coaching at wichita state university since 1976. leading the men's and women's team to a combined 32 u.s.b.c. intercollegiate tournaments and winning a record 16 of them. the wichita state university team has two additional outstanding assistant coaches in brian adelgreen and nathan borne. i want to congratulate the
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men's team of nick peter, brandon hall, stephen cowland, kyle bishoff, will barnes jeffrey young, kevin ted roe and john szirbinski. and the women's team of melissa hearst, maggie susan jessica baker, samantha helsi, mariana, daniel alvaro rosi -- rosio, and female collegiate bowler of the year, sandra concaro. once again, i'm pleased today that the united states house of representatives will congratulate and commend the wichita state university men's and women's bowling team for winning the 2009
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intercollegiate bowling national championship tournament. go shocks. i yield back the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back. the gentleman reserves this egentlelady from hawaii. ms. hirono: does the gentleman from pennsylvania have further speakers? mr. thompson: i do not. i yield back the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady from hawaii. ms. hirono: i also yield back. 13r0eu7 the question is, will the house suspend the rules and agree to house resolution 455 as amended. those in favor say aye. those opposed, no. in the opinion of the chair, 2/3 being in the affirmative, the rule suspended, the resolution is agreed to and without objection the motion to reconsider is laid upon the table.
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the speaker pro tempore: for what purpose does the gentleman from minnesota rise? >> mr. speaker, i move to suspend the rules and pass the bill h.r. 3607 fiscal year 2010 federal aviation administration extension act. the speaker pro tempore: the clerk will report the title of the bill. the clerk: h.r. 3607 a bill to amend the internal revenue code of 1986 to extend the funding of the airport and airway trust fund to amend title 49 united states code to extend authorizationers in airport improvement program and for other purposes. the speaker pro tempore: pursuant to the rule, the gentleman from minnesota, mr. oberstar and the gentleman from wisconsin, mr. petri, each will control 20 minutes. the chair recognizes the gentleman from minnesota. mr. oberstar: i ask unanimous consent that all members have five legislative days to revise and extend their remarks on the bill h.r. 3607. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. mr. oberstar: and to include
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extraneous material. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. mr. observer star: i yield myself such time as i may consume. we passed this bill to extend -- we passed the bill to extend the programs of f. ramplet a. to make -- f.a.a., to make wide, sweeping improvements, increase the investment in the next generation aviation technology, in the previous congress. we passed it again this year. but regrettably, the other body has not acted. on that legislation. we therefore are required to come to the floor with a bill to extend and keep in place existing programs, and that's really unfortunate that we have to do it this way. the gentleman from illinois was chair of the aviation
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subcommittee, the gentleman from wisconsin, the ranking member, have put enormous amount of time, dozens and dozens of hours of hearings and time spent deliberating with committee staff on the provisions of the bill. we've worked out a truly bipartisan piece of legislation that is, it represents the biggest investment in aviation in the history of the program. in 195 , when the federal aviation administration was created and president eisenhower signed into law the legislation moving it from the old civil aeronautics authority to the federal aviation administration, the investment was under $1 billion. in aviation. today we bring -- earlier this year we brought to the floor a bill to invest over $50 billion. in the next four years. in the nation's aviation
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programs and the construction of runways and taxi ways on the side of airports, improve terminals, extend and increase passenger facility charge so airport authorities have means by which to serve air travelers more efficiently, more effectively, with greater comfort and expediency than they're doing now. and on the technology side, to make long-range investments sustainable investments, in the future of air traffic control and the domestic air space. goodness. a billion people travel by air worldwide last year, 750 million of those traveled in the u.s. air space. we have a responsibility to improve the speed with which air traffic controllers and the accuracy with which they communicate with aircraft and move aircraft in this vast air space of ours. in addition to which, the united states has
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responsibility over three million square miles of the atlantic air space and 18 million square miles of the pacific air space, both of which are fast-growing, international air travel markets. the transatlantic air space is is a $35 billion market for us the pacific air space is a $25 billion to $28 billion market, growing at 5% to 7% a year. but to make it effective, and to support our carriers as well as carriers from other country we need to advance the oceanic guidance system for aircraft above 39,000 feet. we can't do that unless we provide the funding for the f.a.a. to improve these technologies. until the senate moves on this -- excuse me, the other body, moves on this legislation, we have to proceed with this short term extension, i hope that it
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will encourage -- our action will encourage the other body to move ahead. i reserve -- i yield the balance of my time to the gentleman from illinois, the chairman of the subcommittee mr. costello, the authority to allocate time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized. without objection, the gentleman from illinois will control the time. mr. costello: i thank chairman oberstar and the speaker and i reserve the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman reserves. the gentleman from wisconsin. mr. petri: i yield myself such time as i may consume. we passed legislation that re-authorized the f.a.a. for four years. in may of this year, the house voted again to pass a comprehensive re-authorization bill, this time numbered h.r. 915 the f.a.a. re-authorization
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act of 2009. unfortunately, the senate has been unable to come to an agreement on its bill over the last two years. so for the past two years, congress has passed extensions of the federal aviation administration's funding and authority through the end of budget year 2009. the latest extension expires next week, so today we're considering another extension. h.r. 3607 would extend the taxes programs, and funding of the f.a.a. through september of -- it must be not september of 2009 through december of 2009. this bill extends f.a.a. funding and contract authority for three months, provides $1 billion in airport improvement program funding through december of 2009, extends the war risk insurance program and extends the small community air
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service development program. h.r. 3607 would ensure that our national aviation system continues to operate until a full f.a.a. re-authorization can be enact. as i've indicated many times since the passage of the house f.a.a. re-authorization bill back in 2007 we need to pass a long-term bill so that we can meet the growing demands placed on our nation's aviation train structure. modernizing our antiquated air traffic control system and repairing our crumbling infrastructure need to be at the top of our list of priorities. while i have some concerns with the house-passed bill, i look forward to addressing these issues in congress. i urge our colleagues in the other body to complete their work on the f.a.a. re-authorization package in a timely fashion. while i'm disappointed the
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f.a.a. has gone so long without a comprehensive reauthorization, i support this as the best squall terntive to keep them running safety until we can take up and pass a bipartisan and bicameral bill and with that, i are reserve the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from illinois. mr. costello: i thank you, mr. speaker, and i yield myself such time as i may consume. . mr. costello: i rise in support of this bill. i want to thank chairman oberstar, ranking member mica, mr. petri, and of course chairman rangel and ranking member campp for bringing this legislation to the floor today. chairman rangel of the ways and means committee and mr. camp were very cooperative in extending the taxes so that we in fact could do this extension today. as chairman oberstar indicated in a previous congress and again
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at the end of this year the house passed the f.a.a. re-authorization act of 2009 a long-term authorization of the federal aviation administration programs. we have been waiting on the other body for several months to bring a bill to the floor and pass it. in fact, it has been almost two years since vision 100 the last f.a.a. re-authorization bill, expired. congress has been able to pass a multiyear f.a.a. bill instead and then instead of approving that bill because of the other body, we have had to approve a series of short-term extensions. however until h.r. 915 is signed into law, it's imperative we not allow the f.a.a. critical programs to lapse. the aviation trust fund is currently operating under a short-term extension that expires on september 30, 2009. to that end h.r. 3607 would extend not only the aviation taxes and expenditure authority but also the airport improvement program contract authority until
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december 31 of this year. h.r. 3607 provides an additional $1 billion in a.i.p. contract authority resulting in a full year of contract authority level of $4 billion for fiscal year 2009. these additional funds will allow airports to proceed with critical safety and capacity enhancement projects, particularly larger projects that require a full year's worth of a.i.p. funds to move forward. mr. speaker, aviation is too important to our nation's economy, contributing $1.2 trillion in output and approximately $11.4 million u.s. jobs to allow the taxes or the funding for critical aviation programs to expire. congress must ensure that this extension passes today and to reduce delays in congesttons, improve safety and efficiency, stimulate the economy and create jobs. i urge my colleagues to support this legislation and i reserve the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the
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gentleman reserves. the gentleman from wisconsin. mr. petri: i yield such time as he may consume to the ranking republican on the full transportation infrastructure committee, my colleague from florida, mr. mica. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from florida is recognized. mr. mica: 2457k you -- thank you for recognizing me. i want to take a minute to add my support for the re-authorization that is before us today. associate myself with both the comments of chairman oberstar the full committee chairman pleased as the ranking republican on committee to join him and also support mr. costello and his statements for the re-authorization. this delay in re-authorizing policy and projects and all of the federal direction to the federal aviation administration
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this delay is unprecedented. not only has the house acted appropriately, we passed in the last congress and we passed again in this congress authorization. the other body has yet to act on this important matter. and left us in limbo. i'm hoping that this is in fact the last extension. this is in fact the seventh extension. this is in fact i believe the longest period we have gone in history without in place policy and law authorizing the federal aviation administration. one of the major issues is behind us and that was the issue of the air traffic controllers contract. that has been resolved. the administration has cut a deal with the union. i think it's about got a 3/4
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billion dollar price tag. that's off the table. it was an item that was contentious. this legislation should be be able to be conferenced with the other body in less than an hour. there are just one or two remaining items i cannot believe that we are here again with the seventh request for extension. we have no choice but to request this extension now. hopefully congress can reach a bipartisan and bicameral accord and pass a long term f.a.a. re-authorization. it's critical for the next generation. it's critical for having policy in place that runs the -- one of the key safety regulatory agencies in our government vital to the aviation industry and the economy of our nation.
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so i'm pleased to join mr. oberstar, mr. os tello. our ranking member mr. petri, and hoping that we can move forward both with this re-authorization and then with a permanent bill. pleased to yield back the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back. the gentleman from wisconsin reserves his time. the gentleman from illinois. mr. costello: i would ask the gentleman from wisconsin if he has any additional speakers. mr. petri: i have no further requests for time and yield back the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back. the gentleman from illinois. mr. costello: thank you. i urge our colleagues to vote in favor of this extension. i join mr. mica and mr. oberstar and others in hoping that the other body will move very quickly on the re-authorization so that we can get a bill on the president's desk. i urge my colleagues to support this extension and yield back the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back the balance of his time. the question is, will the house suspend the rules and pass h.r. 3407, so many as are in favor say aye. those opposed, no.
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in the opinion of the chair, 2/3 of those voting having responded in the affirmative, the rules are suspended, the bill is passed, and without objection the motion to reconsider is laid upon the table. for what purpose does the gentleman from minnesota rise? mr. oberstar: mr. speaker, i move to suspend the rules and agree to the resolution, h.res. 765 expressing condolences to the families of the individuals killed during the storms and floods in the state of georgia between september 18 and 21 of this year and expressing gratitude to all of the emergency personnel who continue to work with extraordinary determination to meet the needs of the people of georgia. the speaker pro tempore: the clerk will report the title of the bill. the clerk: house resolution 765, resolution expressing condolences to the families of the individuals killed during
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unusual storms and floods in the state of georgia between september 18 and 21 2009 and expressing gratitude to all of the emergency personnel who continue to work with unyielding determination to meet the needs of georgia's residents. the speaker pro tempore: pursuant to the rule the gentleman from minnesota, mr. oberstar, and the gentleman from florida, mr. diaz-balart, each will control 20 minutes. the chair recognizes the gentleman from minnesota. mr. oberstar: mr. speaker, i ask unanimous consent that all members may have five legislative days to revise and extend their remarks on h.res. 765 and include extraneous material. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. mr. oberstar: i rise in strong support. need it be said, of h.res. 765. as i have already described. we have come to this floor many times over the past 2 1/2 years with resolutions to express our condolences for victims of the
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ravages of nature to the first responders, to the families of the victims. and we are here again in the wake of unprecedented flooding in georgia following on an extraordinary period of drought in that state. this tragic disaster the complete toll for which has yet to be calculated, is a reminder that it's all of our concern about homeland security. as my good friend former chairman of the committee on transportation and infrastructure, don young, said many times we face that tragedy every year of disaster in the form of nature's ravages upon our countryside. and we are here we meet again
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today to thank the men and women that serve the nation and serve the state of georgia and the people of that state as police officers firefighters emergency managers, emergency medical personnel who every day place themselves in danger to save the lives of their fellow citizens. not only in georgia, but all over this country. we all see it each of us in our districts. when tragedy comes calling whether an emergency medical problem facing a neighbor or large-scale natural disaster the nation's emergency responders are charitable organizations are the first ones on the scene to provide their professional help and their comfort, their support. they are well trained highly skilled people on the frontlines within this country responding to and -- responding to the
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needs of people and also responding to mitigate the damage and the ravage of natural disasters. this is also natural -- national preparedness month. while the devastation in georgia and surrounding states is tragic this is an opportunity for us to think in a bodder context of all of the types of disasters whether fire or the west coast in california or flood on the east coast, are constantly a threat to our fellow citizens. mr. speaker, at this point i yield to the distinguished gentleman from georgia mr. lewis such time as he may consume. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from georgia is recognized. mr. lewis: thank you mr. speaker. mr. speaker, i rise to thank chairman oberstar and members of the transportation and infrastructure committee for moving with all deliberate speed to bring this resolution to the floor today.
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as many of you know for the past week, it has been raining all over the state of georgia. and in some parts of the state, the rain has been devastating. i offer this resolution with my colleagues from the state of georgia to express my sincerest sympathy to the families of those who are lost -- who have lost their loved one in the floods. this is a terrible tragedy for the people of the state of georgia. some families have lost their homes, they have lost everything. i'm deeply concerned about the damage this flooding has caused to homes and businesses, to roads and bridges. some schools in the state remain closed, and at least one school has been destroyed. the governor is estimating that the damage will rise into the hundreds of millions of dollars. and it is based on what can be seen. many areas are still under water. and we hear that the rain is not
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yet over. i appeal to the citizens of georgia to be careful as you move around. it is impossible to know how deep the waters are or how fast they are moving. finally, i want to thank all of the emergency management personnel for all of their hard work in protecting people from the dangers of the floodwaters. i know that my colleagues join me in my commitment to working with the state city and county officials as well as fema anti-federal government to ensure that the state of georgia has everything it needs to protect human life and to help our citizens rebuild and recover from these unbelievable waters, this unbelievable flood. mr. speaker, i urge all members of this body to support this
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resolution. i yield back the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back. does the gentleman reserve? the gentleman from florida. mr. diaz-balart: thank you, mr. speaker. i yield myself such time as i may consume. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized. mr. diaz-balart: this resolution would express the condolence of this congress to the families of those tragically lost during the storms and the floods that hit georgia earlier this week. as our distinguished chairman explained a little while ago, it would also serve to recognize and remind the american people of the work of the emergency responders, the first responders during this disaster and frankly during all disasters. earlier this week those storms hit part of the southeast. soaking the region for days. in many cases it's still going on and causing significant flooding. and those rains caused severe flooding destroying bridges and forcing hundreds and hundreds of people to be evacuated. unfortunately those same floodwaters caused a number of
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deaths tragic deaths, including the death of a 2-year-old boy. we floridians unfortunately know all too well what this kind of storm -- what kind of devastation this kind of storm can cause. . the emergency personnel and the red cross and how they continue to work tirelessly, as they are doing right now, as we speak to respond to the aftermath, to those who are hurting and suffering still. i do think it is very fitting to remember those lives that have been lost, tragically lost, and to once again express our deep, profound gratitude to those involved in the response and recovery effort. i also want to thank the distinguished chairman of the
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committee, mr. oberstar, for bringing this up so quickly. i urge my colleagues to do the same. if it would be appropriate now, i'd like to yield to the distinguished gentleman from georgia, mr. deal, as much time as the might consume. mr. deal: i thank the gentleman for yielding. yesterday, i visited the sections in my congressional district that were affected by the floods that were brought on by the torrential rains that our state has experienced. i was accompanied on that visit by county commissioners and other state and local officials. having seen the devastation that has been brought on by these rising waters, i am pleased to join with my other colleagues from georgia in turging -- in urging president obama to declare portions of georgia, including three counties in my congressional district, to be federal disaster areas. i was deeply moved by the flood damage caused in the counties of patusa, forsyth, and walker
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in my district. a creek was nearing its crest and there are a number of homes and businesses now covered or partially covered by deep muddy water. unfortunately, many of those affected by this are not covered by standard insurance policies and they'll be left without any help other than the help already being provided by churches and civic organizations and other parts of our community as they respond to the needs of their fellow citizens. therefore, i urge the president to begin the process immediately of providing federal assistance. citizens of georgia have always been willing to respond when disaster strikes and many of our citizens have gone to other parts of the country when hurricanes have hit other parts of the country. i know that as this water subsides, there will be organized volunteers who will come to the aid of the citizens
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in our state. i'm also hopeful that the people of faith will continue to join me in praying for those who are hurting for the loss of their loved ones and the loss of their home and other possessions. we should pray for those who are willing to volunteer in this time of tragedy, sometimes at great risk. i applaud the work of the local and state emergency responders who have been on duty both before and after this storm. public safety agencies have once again risen to the occasion and i want to extend my thanks to each of them because many of them have been on duty around the clock. we have so many professionals who work tirelessly to make certain our communities are safe and that people are rescued when they are in peril and such is the case that is going on in our state today. mr. speaker, i therefore whole heartedly support this resolution and urge its adoption. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back. the gentleman from florida reserves.
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the gentleman from minnesota. mr. oberstar: although our speaker is in line to address us, i'm going to yield to the gentleman from georgia, mr. scott. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from georgia is recognized. mr. scott: thank you so much, chairman oberstar and thank you for your graciousness, madam speaker, and for your offer of help and condolences you've extended to each member of our georgia delegation and to all the people of georgia, we thank you. i certainly rise with a heavy heart. this is an extraordinarily challenging time for the people of my state of georgia, and certainly for people in my congressional district. for, mr. speaker, the nine people who lost their lived so far, six of them have come from my district and as a matter of fact, six from one county that's douglas county. our hearts, our prayers go out to all these families and rest
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assured that this congress has their thoughts and needs deep in our bosom at this time in -- this time of great sacrifice and great hurt and pain. it's important for the people of georgia to know that we in congress are moving swiftly, in concert with our president to make sure that this gets the signature of a statement of national emergency and a declaration of emergency because until that happens, we will not be able to get the funds that are needed. that's what is of utmost importance now. there are people without homes, people without home, without any flood insurance. which means that that would be on their back to pay for, which many do not have. the estimate of damage is over $300 million as we speak and continues to grow. we need to move with all swiftness, with all quick
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dispatch, to get this federal aid down and to make sure that the people, particularly in those areas that are hit throughout metro atlanta, but in the areas of cobb county in my district, we've been in touch with our county commissions in those areas in wordham and douglas county, the mayor of douglasville, mayor mickey thompson, who are working feverishly to make sure they are responding to the needs of our citizens. so, mr. speaker, and chairman and all the members of the congress, we certainly appreciate the condolences and we appreciate the care and sincerity this congress is expressing to the people of georgia and we assure the people of georgia that we will get the help down to them quickly. thank you, and i yield back the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yield back. the gentleman reserves. the gentleman from minnesota. mr. oberstar: i yield such time
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as she may consume to the distinguished speaker of the house. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady is recognized. the speaker: i thank the gentleman for yielding and giving us the opportunity to come to the floor and express on the floor of the house our condolences to the people of georgia in this very, very sad time. thank you, mr. chairman and members of the georgia delegation for calling attention to the serious flooding in georgia and other parts of the american southeast and again, with this resolution, to offer our condolences on behalf of all members of congress. of course we offer our condolences to those who lost their lives we are sad for those who have lost their homes and livelihoods. those lost mr. scott referenced nine people dead, dozens stranded, and more than 30,000 without electricity. those lost included a teenage
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boy trying to rescue another in danger. a mother of two young children. a very young child 2 years old swept away from his father's arms. when that word came over the tv, my colleagues, all of america wept. it's so sad. our heart aches for those who have lost so much. but in the emerging sun, what do we see? we see neighbors coming to the aid of neighbors, and the tireless work of our first responders. members of congress are being briefed on the ongoing work by members of our georgia delegation, thank you, mr. lewis, for being the author of this resolution. we all are trying to reach out to you to see what we can do to help, individually in
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conversation and as a congress. i know that president obama will act upon the request that he has just received, he's received a request from governor purdue, and now he's restheaved formal documentation from fema and i'm certain that it will be addressed immediately. the thoughts and prayers of this entire congress and the people we represent, the american people are are with the people of georgia today and these days ahead as we work with them to ensure that they have all that they need. i hope that it's some level of comfort to them that their representatives on both sides of the aisle from georgia have made us fully aware of the direct impact that the rains have had on georgia and we stand ready to help. with whatever we can do officially. but always with what we can do in our prayers. with that, mr. speaker, i yield
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back the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady yields back. the gentleman from florida reserves. mr. oberstar: i yield such time as he may consume to the distinguished gentleman from georgia, mr. johnson, whose district also encompasses a great portion of the area ravaged by floods. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized. mr. johnson: mr. speaker, my constituents are suffering greatly this week. in just 72 hour the atlanta metropolitan area has received 15 to 22 inches of relentless rain, causing widespread flooding, numerous deaths and hundreds of millions of dollars of property damage. i rise today mr. speaker, to express my deepest concern for the victims of this terrible flood, to join governor perdue in urging the president to
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declare an emergency for the state of georgia and to urge passage of the resolution before us. sponsored by my colleague, congressman john lewis of atlanta, this resolution will offer our sympathy to flood victims and our gratitude to those heroes who have worked tirelessly to protect people from the floodwaters. i know that speaker pelosi is doing everything that she can to assist the people of georgia, and if for -- and for that i thank you. as a matter of fact, as early as yesterday morning, she was on the phone with each of us to express her concerns and to also pledge any assistance that she could give, so we appreciate that. governor purdue and president obama have been on the phone
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coordinating efforts to deal with this national disaster. i applaud the governor for the state's competent and effective response and i join him in urging our president to make available federal funds to supplement georgia's efforts to mitigate the effects of the flood. mr. speaker, my constituents and all the residents of flooded areas in the american south have shown tremendous courage in the face of washed out roads, destroyed homes and treacherous conditions. let us pass this resolution as a small token of our empathy and support, and with that, mr. speaker, i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back. the gentleman from minnesota reserves. the gentleman from florida reserves. the gentleman from minnesota.
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mr. oberstar: does the gentleman from florida have any further speakers? mr. diaz-balart: no, i don't. with that, i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back. the gentleman from minnesota. mr. oberstar: i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the question is, will the house suspend the rules and agree to house resolution 765. those in favor say aye. those opposed, no. in the opinion of the chair, 2/3 being in the affirmative, the rules are suspended, the resolution is agreed to. mr. oberstar: i ask for a recorded vote. the yeas and nays. the speaker pro tempore: the yeas and nays are requested. those in favor of taking this vote by the yeas and nays will rise and remain standing until counted. a sufficient number having risen, the yeas and nays are ordered. pursuant to clause 8 of rule 20 and the chair's prior announcement, further proceedings on this motion will be postponed.
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the speaker pro tempore: for what purpose does the gentleman from california rise? >> by the direction of the committee on rules, i call up house resolution 760 and ask for its immediate consideration. the speaker pro tempore: the clerk will report the resolution. the clerk: house calendar number 110, house resolution 760. resolved, that upon the adoption of this resolution, it shall be in order to consider in the house the bill h.r. 324, to establish the santa cruz valley national heritage area, and for other purposes. all points of order against consideration of the bill are waived except those arising under clause 9 or 10 of rule 21. the amendment printed in the report in the committee of rules accompanying this resolution shall be considered
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as adopted. the bill, as amended, shall be considered as read. all points of order against provisions in the bill, as amended, are waived. the previous question shall be considered as ordered on the bill, as amended, to final passage without intervening motion except, one one hour of debate equally divided and controlled by the chair and ranking minority member of the committee on natural resources and, two, one motion to recommit with or without instructions. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from california is recognized for one hour. mr. cardoza: thank you, mr. speaker. for the purpose of debate only i yield the customary 30 minutes to the gentlewoman from north carolina, ms. foxx. all time yielded during consideration of the rule is for debate only. i ask unanimous consent that all members may have five legislative days to revise and extend their remarks honor could you say resolution 760. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. mr. cardoza: mr. speaker, i yield myself such time as i may consume. the speaker pro tempore: the
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gentleman is recognized. mr. cardoza: thank you, mr. speaker. house resolution 760 provides for consideration of house resolution 324, the santa cruz valley national heritage area act. the rule provides one hour of general debate equally divided and controlled by the chairman and ranking minority member of the committee on natural resources. the rule waives all poirneds against consideration of the bill except for clause 9 and clause 10 of rule 21. mr. speaker, the bill before us today -- excuse me, mr. speaker. the rule also provides for the adoption of an amendment printed in the rules committee report to clarify that the bill does not in any way modify, alter or amend any border enforcement authority. finally, the rule provides one motion to recommit with or without instructions. mr. speaker, the bill before us today, h.r. 324 designates the santa cruz valley of southern arizona as the national heritage area.
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the santa cruz valley is one of america's longest inhabitant regions with traces of human occupation extending back more than 12,000 years. the region has the -- was the center of centuries of native american cultural history it also serves as a corridor of spanish exploration, colonization, mission activity, as well as a frontier of mexican and early american mining, ranching and agriculture. the heritage area includes two national parks and two national historic trails, four state parks, six county parks, and four major lakes, two designated scenic highways, and hundreds of miles of back country trails and urban bikeways. it also includes 32 museums as well as 28 districts and 102 individual buildings listed on the national register of historic places as well as dozens of prehistoric and historic archaeological sites. a july, 2005, study by the
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center for desert arc yoling on which the bill is based -- archaeology on which the bill is based, examined many resources in the region. the national park service reviewed the study and found the area meets the 10 criteria for proposed heritage areas. designating the santa cruz valley as a heritage area allows the park service to support the state and local conservation efforts through the federal recognition seed money and technical assistance. this simply means that local groups will have the resources they need to educate the public about the historic cultural and natural value of the area. i'd like to commend my good friends, the gentleman from arizona, mr. grijalva and the gentlewoman from arizona, ms. giffords, for bringing this legislation to the floor today so that we can ensure that america's history and natural wonderment is protected for future generations. i reserve the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the
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gentleman reserves the balance of his time. the gentlelady from north carolina. ms. foxx: thank you mr. speaker. i yield myself such time as i may consume. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady is recognized. ms. foxx: thank you, mr. speaker. i ask my colleagues to vote against the rule for the bill h.r. 324, the santa cruz valley national heritage area act, a bill that has already failed when it was offered under suspension earlier this month. it disappoints me to have to come here and urge opposition to this rule for a bill offered by my colleague congressman grijalva. however, there are many reasons to oppose this bill coming to the floor. the bill failed by a vote of 249-145, just two weeks ago. it is a waste of our constituents' time to bring this bill forward again under a rule and take up legislative time debating something that has already been voted down. especially since the bill did not go through the committee. i learned also yesterday in the rules committee that this bill was a part of s. 22, senate
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bill 22, the omnibus public land management act of 2009, but it was taken out by the senate which does not -- is not a good omen to the bill when it goes to the senate. when i was in north carolina over the august recess, my constituents expressed many concerns with congress and what's going on in washington. the democrats in charge are not allowing us to accomplish the work that our constituents elected us to do. instead, this congress is borrowing and spending money that we do not have at a rate our country has never seen. while our constituents at home are tightening their belts and struggling to find ways to put food on their kitchen tables, congress is blindly writing checks for unnecessary measures that do nothing but increase the size of the federal government and put our country in debt to foreign nations. this bill authorizes another $15 million in taxpayer dollars to seize 3,325 square miles of
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land for control by the federal government, some of which is private property. the designation in this bill could lead to restrictive federal zoning and land use planning that uesurpts private property rights. national heritage areas are comprised of both public and private lands and are administered by a central managing entity which includes the federal government and federal funds. the managing entity has the power to regulate zoning. this means federal management plans can restrict how residential and commercial property owners make use of their private property without any notice or warning. the national park service currently has billions of dollars in maintenance backlogs. earlier this year congress passed s. 22, the omnibus public land management act of 2009. it created 10 new national heritage areas at a cost of $103.5 million.
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the santa cruz valley national heritage area act locks up even more land, infringes on more private property rights and spends more taxpayer dollars to add yet another heritage area to a system already overburdened. furthermore, the proposed 3,325 square mile heritage area in arizona is located in the most heavily trafficked u.s. border. the u.s. border patrol faces many obstacles. designating this heritage area will prevent them from create more obstacles for the u.s. border patrol. it is detrimental to get drug trafficking under control and represents irresponsible governing. mr. speaker, the u.s. national debt stands at $11.8 trillion and counting. the nonpartisan congressional
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budget office has predicted that huge deficits under the obama administration's annual budget would force our nation to borrow nearly $9.3 trillion over the next decade. this year's deficit alone is expected to soar past $1.8 trillion. we borrow 50 cents for every dollar we spend. the time to reign in federal spending is -- rein in federal spending is long overdue. the federal government is increasing control over private land. this pelosi-controlled congress seems intent on putting the government in control over aspect of our lives, education, health care and private property. again, mr. speaker, i urge a no vote on the rule and on the bill. and i reserve the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady reserves. the gentleman from california. mr. cardoza: mr. speaker, i
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would inquire of the gentlelady from north carolina if she has any remaining speakers. ms. foxx: we do not and with that i'd yield the remainder of our time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady yields back. the gentleman from california. mr. cardoza: thank you, mr. speaker. i would like to just say in response in my close this bill in fact dus not regulate zoning, as the gentlelady indicated. it does not have any effect on private property rights. in fact, i'm told that the entire state of tennessee is part of a heritage area. and we would not think of the entire state of tennessee as being affected with private property rights effects. so i would submit to you that we know just from that designation alone that is similar to this one we're passing today that the citizens of tennessee are not affected in their private property rights with that heritage designation. this bill is subject to appropriation. a $15 million maximum over 15
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years that would have to be voted on by the appropriations committee, then subject to appropriation in both the house and the senate subject to signature by the president. mr. speaker, national heritage area designations have no regulatory consequences whatsoever. this bill specifically says that nothing in it diminishes the authority of the state to regulate fishing, hunting and the management of fish and wildlife. it includes extensive protections for private property owners and pro prohibits the use of federal funds received under the act for land acquisition. it would in no way have any impact on border protection and any other law enforcement effort. additionally, the language was self-executed in the rule which specifically states that nothing in the bill modifies, alters or amends any other border enforcement authority. the gentlelady indicated that the bill failed. the bill failed under a 2/3
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requirement. in fact, it got well over 240 votes to 140 votes in the negative. the bill got 100 votes more than a majority. i think this bill has tremendous support on this floor. in fact, it has tremendous support in the state of arizona. it's a good measure. and i believe it will pass overwhelmingly when it comes back under a rule in this house. mr. speaker i would ask that we support this bill. as i said earlier, this bill is not only only important to our nation's -- not only important to our nation's history, it's important that our most treasured resources are protected for future generations. it deserves our strong support of my colleagues on both sides of the aisle. mr. speaker, i urge a yes vote on the rule and on the previous question. i yield back the balance of my time, and i move the previous question on the resolution. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, the previous
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question is ordered. the question is on adoption of the resolution. all those in favor say aye. those opposed, no. the ayes have it. ms. foxx: mr. speaker. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady from north carolina. ms. foxx: on that i request the yeas and nays. the speaker pro tempore: the yeas and nays are requested. those favoring a vote by the yeas and nays will rise. a sufficient number having arisen, the yeas and nays are ordered. members will record their votes by electronic device. pursuant to clause 8 of rule 20, this 15-minute vote on adopting house resolution 760 will be followed by five-minute votes on suspending the rules in regards to house resolution 765, h.r. 2215, if ordered, and h.r. 3614. this is a 15-minute vote. [captioning made possible by the national captioning institute, inc., in cooperation with the united states house of representatives. any use of the closed-captioned coverage of the house proceedings for political or commercial purposes is expressly prohibited by the u.s. house of representatives.]
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of the gentleman from minnesota, mr. oberstar, to suspend the rules and agree to h.res. 765, on which the yeas and nays were ordered. the clerk will report the title of the resolution. the clerk: house resolution 765, resolution expressing condolences to the families of the individuals killed during unusual storms and floods in the state of georgia between september 18 and 21 2009, and expressing gratitude to all of the emergency personnel who continue to work with unyielding determination to meet the needs of georgia's residents. the speaker pro tempore: the question is will the house suspend the rules and agree to the resolution. members will record their votes by electronic device.
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this is a five-minute vote. [captioning made possible by the national captioning institute, inc., in cooperation with the united states house of representatives. any use of the closed-captioned coverage of the house proceedings for political or commercial purposes is expressly prohibited by the
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the speaker pro tempore: the nays are --
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the speaker pro tempore: on this vote the yeas are 423. the nays are zero. 2/3 of those voting having responded in the affirmative, the rules are suspended, the bill is passed, and without objection the motion to reconsider is laid upon the table. the unfinished business is the vote on the motion of the
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gentlelady from new york ms. velazquez torques suspend the rules and pass h.r. 3614, which the yeas and nays are ordered. the clerk will report the title of the bill. the clerk: h.r. 3614, a bill to provide an additional temporary extension of programs under the small business act and small business investment act of 1958 and for other purposes. the speaker pro tempore: the question is, will the house suspend the rules and pass the bill. members will record their votes by electronic device. this is a five-minute vote. [captioning made possible by the national captioning institute, inc., in cooperation with the unit states house of representatives. any use of the closed-captioned coverage of the house proceedings for political or commercial purposes is expressly prohibited by the u.s. house of representatives.]
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the speaker pro tempore: on this vote the yeas are 417. the nays are two. 2/3 having responded in the affirmative, the rules are suspended, the bill is passed, and without objection a motion to reconsider is laid on the table.
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the speaker pro tempore: members please take your conversations off the floor.
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the speaker pro tempore:, members, please take your conversations off the floor. members, let's clear the well.
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for what purpose does the gentleman from arizona rise? mr. grijalva: thank you, mr. speaker. pursuant to house resolution 760, i call up h.r. 324 and ask for its immediate consideration in the house. the speaker pro tempore: the clerk will report the title of the bill. the clerk: h.r. 324, a bill to establish the santa cruz valley national heritage area, and for other purposes. the speaker pro tempore: pursuant to house resolution 760, the amendment printed in house report 111-263 is adopted. the bill, as amended, is considered as read. the gentleman from arizona, mr. grijalva, and the gentleman from washington, mr. hastings, each will control 30 minutes. the chair recognizes the gentleman from arizona. mr. grijalva: thank you very much, mr. speaker. i ask unanimous consent that all members may have five legislative days to revise and extend their remarks and insert extraneous material on h.r. 324. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. mr. grijalva: thank you, mr.
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speaker. i rise today in strong support of h.r. 324, legislation i was proud to introduce earlier this year along with my friend and colleague, representative giffords. my own history began in the santa cruz valley at the canoa ranch where my father worked. my earliest memories was life in an extraordinary scenic valley and they compromise -- comprise a very important part of who i am today. h.r. 324 dead indicates the santa cruz valley a national heritage area. this will anow the -- allow the national park service to have seed money and tebling nickal assistance. the santa cruz valley is one of america's longest inhabited regions with occupation extending back to 12,000 years. the region was not only the centuries of native american culture and history but also served as a corridor of spanish
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exploration, colonization. a frontier of mexican and early american mining, ranching and agriculture. today, the valley is a leading center of desert ecology, climate research, astronomy, optics and archaeology. historic spanish missions precidios and ranches are found throughout the valley. adobe houses recalls when the region was part of mexico remnants of the mining and cattle industries date to the 1850's when this area became part of the united states. the valley sweeps across the santa cruz and eastern pima county encampusing cat us slopes, rugged canyons, mountain ranges, rising to more than 9,000 feet and lush -- and lush oasis created by the rare desert streams. the very landscape provides many different habitants that
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are owned to a diverse of plant and animal life, unique desert species and mountain top survivors from the ice age. the heritage area designated by h.r. 324 includes two national parks, four state parks six large county parks, four major lakes, two designated scenic highways and seven hundred miles of back country trails and urban bikeways. the juan batista national historic trail designated by congress in 1990 runs along the santa cruz river for the length of the heritage area. the butterfield overland trail also crosses the valley. also included are 32 museums as well as 28 districts and 102 individual buildings listed on the national register of historic places and dozens of prehistoric and historic archaeological sites. a july, 2005, study by the center for desert ecology on which the bill is based examined the many resources of
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the region and found that the area meets the 10 criteria set forth by the national park service for proposed heritage area. this legislation designates the area -- sets up the duty of the management organization and the requirements for a management plan, requires the secretary of interior to approve or disapprove of the land within 180 days, provides criteria for judging that plan, allows the secretary to provide technical assistance and grants, and authorizes $15 million over 15 years with no more than $1 million -- no more than $1 million to be appropriated in any fiscal year. all federal funds must be matched by contributions by nonfederal sources. the bill includes extensive protection for property owners. h.r. 324 is strongly supported throughout the santa cruz valley. all incorporated local governments have supported it
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and have given this proposal the formal support. other supporters include two native american tribes, chambers of commerce, other civic organizations, the arizona office of tourism and other tourism councils. the southern arizona home builder association, conservation groups and developers and many other businesses and individuals. mr. speaker, at this point i'd like to say a few words about the heritage areas in general. this is a well-established, well-tested program that's been operating for 25 years. there are 49 heritage areas running in 29 states, well over 50 million people live, work and recreate inside our national heritage area. mr. speaker, the national park service and the alliance of national heritage areas commission, michigan state university to study the economic impacts of the national heritage area. the study found that just one national heritage area resulted in 780,000 dollars in wages and salaries, $1.2 million in value
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added, mostly from dining and lodging, and created 51 jobs. if you extend this to all of the heritage areas, we are talking about hundreds of millions of dollars in economic benefits to local communities and roughly 2,500 jobs. in closing, mr. speaker, let me once again urge my colleagues to support h.r. 324. my bill to help preserve a fascinating area full of history and culture and the wonders of nature. i reserve the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from washington is recognized. mr. hastings: thank you, mr. speaker. mr. speaker, i yield myself such time as i may consume. i ask unanimous consent to revise and extend my remarks. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized. mr. hastings: thank you, mr. speaker. mr. speaker, this legislation raises serious concerns about border security and the private property rights of private landowners by establishing an over 3,300 square mile -- let me repeat that, mr. speaker. 3,300 square mile national
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heritage area that includes land along the arizona and mexico border. mr. speaker, house republicans support the wise and responsible stewardship of federal lands. we also strongly believe the protection and conservation of natural areas is important. yet, it need not be done at the expense of our homeland security or the private property rights of u.s. citizens. on the issue of homeland security, some of the most heavily traffic drug smuggling and human trafficking routes in the united states would be designated as a national heritage area under this bill. to make matters worse, the bill lacks sufficient protections to ensure that border security enforcement, drug interdiction and illegal immigration control is not restricted, is not hindered and is not impeded by this legislation. at a time when our border lands are far from secure, now is
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simply not the time to place yet another layer of federal interference in these areas. it is critical that policies meant to conserve natural areas or to preserve or promote unique areas in our nation do not become corridors for illegal activities that threaten the safety and security of the united states citizens. this congress must ensure that the responsibilities of the border patrol and the department of homeland security are not undercut by the actions of another agency or department. this is especially true with the department of interior which, mr. speaker, controls 40% of the lands along the southern border. in response to concerns raised about the lack of border security protections in this bill, the democrat majority has used their power on the rules committee to automatically add meager text to this bill that falls far short of meaningful protection of our border
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security. this meager text simply states that no border enforcement authority is being modified, altered or amended. well, mr. speaker, this leaves the barn door open to the reality that this heritage area designation could restrict, could hinder or impede border enforcement or security authority. including drug interdiction and illegal immigration control. it also completely fails to address the effects that other existing laws are having over the border patrol and department of homeland security to achieve operational control of the border. instead of addressing the hurdles to border security that exists on public land this bill frankly, mr. speaker exacerbates them. on the issue of property rights, this legislation does include language that expresses support for property protection. i'll acknowledge that. however, the bill owe mitts
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stronger protections that have been included in many of the other recently established heritage areas. which should be included in this bill is an assurance that the written consent of property owners be acquired before their property is included into the planning activities of the heritage areas management entities. property owners should also be permitted the choice to opt out of the heritage area boundaries if they choose. now, as i noted the bill includes language related to property. and it does say that property owners are allowed to, and i quote, refrain from participation, end quote. yet, mr. speaker, nothing changes the fact that this bill places property owners within a new federal designation. it would allow then a basis for ambitious federal land managers to claim that now they have a mandate and millions of federal dollars to interfere with local
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decisions affecting the private property of others. the reality is there is likely a great number of property owners who have no idea that they are being included in this heritage area designation. after all, mr. speaker, we're talking about nearly over 3300 square miles. this bill should insist that the weak and ineffectual provisions of the bill are strengthened with real and meaningful protections that permit all land holders with the choice to opt out of this designation. . with deep concern mr. speaker, across the country over the growing inconstitution of the federal government into our daily livets as evidenced by the debate on health care in this contry, and private choices of american citizens, great caution and care should be taken to protect the property rights of the thousands and thousands of property owners located within the over 3,300 square-mile heritage area that is being proposed by this legislation.
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so mr. speaker, without sufficient protections for privater property rights and the security of our southern border from drug smuggling and illegal immigration, i must oppose this legislation. with that i reserve the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman reserves the balance of his time. the gentleman from arizona. mr. grijalva: thank you, mr. speaker. i want to yield as much time as she may consume to my colleague the gentlelady from arizona representative giffords. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlewoman from arizona is recognized. ms. giffords: thank you, mr. speaker. i'd like to thank my colleague chairman i grijalva, for bringing this bill forward. i rise today in support of h.r. 324 the santa cruz valley national heritage act. this bill would designate the area around the santa cruz river in southern arizona as a national heritage area. by designating this area a national heritage area, the bullful -- beautiful santa cruz valley region will receive
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modest support for promoting the history cultural resources and indigenous wildlife habitat. this designation will be a valuable tool to promote economic development and tourism in a rural area. in an area that's been hard hit by the down turn in the economy. just as important we'll be ensuring that visitors to the santa cruz valley area can learn about this unique watershed that exists there and the diverse societies that it has supported throughout hundreds and thousands of years. native american tribes, descendants of the spanish ancestors american pioneers, and now members of a very diverse southern arizona community. unfortunately this bill has been the subject of much misinformation. contrary to what some have said the santa cruz valley does not jeopardize private property rights. in fact, the bill language explicitly protects property rights. the bill also protects public use of federally managed lands. having participated and led
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dozens of meetings down there in this part of the area, hearing from constituencies from the business community to the environmental community folks across the broad spectrum, there is very strong supporter for this legislation. and this is why the bill will move forward in a way that's very positive for the people of southern arizona. i urge a yes vote on h.r. 324 to support preserving arizona's natural heritage. again i commend the chairman for bringing the bill forward, and i yield back the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlewoman reserves the balance of her time. the gentleman from washington. mr. hastings: thank you mr. speaker. mr. speaker, i am pleased to yield three minutes to the ranking republican on the house judiciary committee, mr. smith from texas. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from texas is recognized. mr. smith: mr. speaker, i thank the gentleman from washington state and the ranking member of the natural resources committee for yielding. mr. speaker, i oppose this legislation h.r. 324 because it weakens our border security and therefore endangers american
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lives. arizona's border with mexico has become the focal point of much of the illegal immigration, drug smuggling, and related violence in america. this legislation will adversely impact the ability of d.h.s. to secure part of the border. designation as a national heritage area can prevent the border patrol's access to the land. it could prevent agents from using motorized vehicles or flying helicopters at low altitudes. such policies encourage illegal immigration and drug smuggling. the smugglers and illegal immigrants know they have a better chance of eluding capture in these areas than better enforced border areas. in addition, the bill will have the exact opposite effect of its stated purpose quote to conserve the region's heritage, end quote since smuggleers and -- smugglers and illegal immigrants often cause environmental damage. they abandoned huge volumes of trash and debris.
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preventing border patrol agents from accessing these areas will only allow this destruction to continue. i understand that language has been added in an effort to address the concerns that have within raised -- been raised. but the language is ambiguous and will invite lawsuits. it does not ensure that law enforcement officials will have access to the land and be able to secure the border. mr. speaker, for that reason we should oppose this legislation. i yield back my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from arizona. mr. grijalva: let me yield as much time as he may consume to the chairman of the full resources committee, chairman rahall. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from west virginia is recognized. mr. rahall: thank you mr. speaker. i rise in strong support of the measure that's sponsored by our good friend from arizona the chairman of the national parks
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forest, and public lands subcommittee, representative grijalva. i also rise as i have said and as i have done time and time and time again to point out that the claim that national heritage areas harm the rights of private property owners is utterly false. f-a-l-s-e. utterly false. as chairman grijalva has already pointed out h.r. 324 contains the extensive property rights protections included in every heritage area which has passed the house in recent years under both democratic and republican majorities. and signed into law by both republican and democratic presidents. so i would urge my colleagues to simply read the bill. on page 16 starting on line 4 it
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states, and i quote, nothing in this act abridges the rights of any property owner including the right to refrain from participating in any plan, project program or activity conducted within the national heritage area. then an end quote. furthermore, the bill makes clear that private property owners may not be forced to provide access to the public or any government agency and that the bill does not alter or expand any existing land use or other regulatory authority. these provisions cover every possible contingency. however far-fetched, that the minority may dream up. let's look at the facts one more time. national heritage areas have
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been around for 25 years. ronald reagan signed the first one into law. today we have 49 heritage areas in 29 states. well over 50 million people live, work and recreate in a heritage area. 50 million people. and not one of them has been adversely affected. that's because heritage areas have no regulatory powers. no zoning authority. no power of eminent domain. 49 heritage areas. 50 million people. that's almost my entire congressional district in a national heritage area. matter of fact the entire state of tennessee is a national heritage area. it is the tennessee civil war national heritage area. that's the entire state of tennessee. think about it.
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the last i heard dollywood was still booming. the grand ole opry was still swinging. people were still engaging in commerce, holding homes, and contributing to the economy in tennessee. i believe it's still on the map. and not one of them has had their private property rights diminished. and all these areas, over all these years, there's never been a single instance where an individual's right to private property was abridged. the government accountability office interviewed property rights advocacies groups and even they were unable to provide a single example. not a single one. so this is the biggest red herring that i have ever come across. nevertheless, we have included these property rights protections in h.r. 324 to make clear once again that national heritage areas do not threaten
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private property. at some point in order to retain even a shred of credibility those who make these claims will have to either produce some evidence or admit their mistake. seriously folks these allegations are beginning to wear thin. you have no evidence whatsoever. as to the pending measure, the santa cruz valley is a treasure-trove of natural and cultural resources and it would be shameful, simply shameful indeed if we lost an opportunity to protect and preserve these resources based on irresponsible accusations that were proven false long long ago. so i urge support for h.r. 324 and yield back the balance of my time. i yield my time back to the chairman of the subcommittee. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back the balance of his time. the gentleman from washington.
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mr. hastings: thank you mr. speaker. mr. speaker i'm pleased to yield three minutes to another member of the judiciary committee, mr. king of iowa. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from iowa is recognized. mr. king: thank you, mr. speaker. i thank the gentleman from washington for yielding. i rise in opposition to h.r. 324 the santa cruz valley heritage -- national heritage area. this 3,300 miles shares already overlapping jurisdictions between the bureau of land management, u.s. forest service national park service, department of defense, and then there's some residents of the tribes people as well. this area is a very high traffic volume for contraband that being illegal drugs and illegal people coming up through this corridor. i have traveled that corridor visited in fact as recently as last july, a little over a month, month and a half ago and we know that in some of these case there is have been actual national monument national park
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lands that have been marked off limits to the people of the united states because the illegal drug traffic and the litter has gotten so bad it's too dangerous. it wouldn't take me there. we need to enforce the laws on our border and not complicate the overlapping jurisdictions that are there. and we know that the border patrol has enough trouble trying to get to an operational control of the border without having to deal with an additional area that would be a national heritage area added on top of it. i'm not sure about the state of tennessee, but i would wonder if the t.v.a. didn't come in there about the time that tennessee was declared a national heritage area and it seemed to me that the private sector was nudged out with that move. if my recollection of history is accurate. the bill still lacks sufficient protections that would allow the free flow of our u.s. border security personnel for drug interdiction and illegal immigration enforcement. i would add also that on the coronado national forest that
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is in the center of this location, and that is a direct conduit of illegal traffic coming through. by need the jurisdiction to be such that it's free flowing and enforce our immigration laws. i'd also point out that some of the difficulties that we have in enforcing our immigration laws are also rooted in our inability to enforce even under current circumstances. and in this designation, i will be able to roll out my map and point to you, mr. speaker the spotter locations mountaintop after mountaintop that are surveillance locations for the u.s. law enforcement that's trying to enforce illegal immigration and illegal drugs and the interdiction of same coming up through this corridor. this serves no real purpose to accomplish anything other than to draw down federal moneys. as i look through this bill and i didn't get them all marked, but i see the word fund or funds
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or resources being used over and over again. the attention i would draw to page 5 of the bill, line 12, specify existing and potential sources of funding. economic development strategies. interpret fund. i go down the same page of the bill line 25 recommend fund manage. and it goes on and on as gi through the bill. it looks to me like it's a method to figure out how to draw down federal funds. page 9 of the bill, line 5 enhance, interpret fund managed. and federal funds implementation on page 10. i thank the gentleman from washington and the speaker. mr. speaker, i would continue on page 10 it references implementation of thelogical coordinating entity reference its use of federal funds.
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and on page 13 the amounts leveraged with federal funds is referenced again. and on page 14, line 19, 20, and 21 heritage planning, obtain funds from any source including federal programs, mr. speaker. page 15, line 4, the local coordinating entity may use federal funds authorized under this act. there is a prohibition there in reference to funds. then with regard to the property rights component of this, we have seen this language before. nothing abridges the rights of any property owner. . there were thousands of them. to define them tonet mean they go away. i do rise in opposition to this and i would urge a no vote on h.r. 324, and i'd yield back the balance of my time. thank you mr. speaker. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from arizona. mr. grijalva: thank you very
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much. and just extend congratulations to my colleague that just finished speaking. he caught us. this is a grant funded program. heritage areas have been grant funded programs for 25 years. i'm glad that he was able to find that and point that out. those of us that represent the border understand how painful, how divisive and in some areas how devastating what's going on on the border, not only with unauthorized entries, but with the drug cartels coming one way, the gun runners going the other way sending guns to mexico. we understand. it's very painful. and the inactivity of this congress to deal with that immigration issue is -- has made that pain even more severe. but i think that it's wrong to try to deal with an imfwration
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issue that people are either afraid to deal with or exploit for political purposes and try to layer that on to a heritage area in the santa cruz valley. i say that for too long, far too long when we talk about the border region it's always in negative content. -- context. always. and for too long the people that live there, the people that make -- that raise their families there, the people that work there, the rich culture, the national heritage that that area has is ignored underfunded and never really dealt with. and this is an opportunity to do something along a border region that is not going to promote illegal crossings, that is not going to impede any law enforcement, including border patrol, from carrying out their duty and the application of the law.
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to do something for an area, part of the united states of america and to do something for an area and say this is special, this is unique, we want to work with this area and show that uniqueness to the rest of the country. i think it's an opportunity to do more than just scapegoat and fear monger about border issues and do something positive, something necessary and something that will tell the people that live there, like many of us do, you are worthy, you're in this country, you're a united states citizen, and we acknowledge that because of the special unique heritage that you bring to this country. i think this is part of this discussion today, and we shouldn't let fear mongering and we shouldn't let scapegoating dominate the decision that should be made on this legislation which is to approve it. i reserve the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the
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gentleman reserves the balance of his time. the gentleman from washington. mr. hastings: mr. speaker, i yield myself one minute. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized for one minute. mr. hastings: thank you, mr. speaker. the distinguished chairman of the committee, mr. rahall, spoke at length about private property rights. as is not unusual, there are different opinions of that. and i have before me, mr. speaker, a publication -- an article from the north dakota farm bureau written by an individual, mr. harold maxwell, who belongs to the arizona farm bureau. he lives in yuma and he was involved in the heritage designation in that area and he worked very hard to get private property rights included in that -- protection included in that area of arizona. but he has an article that i think spells out a lot of what we were talking about on our side of the need to further protect private property rights. so i ask unanimous consent that his article appear in the record. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, so ordered. mr. hastings: thank you. i yield back my time -- i reserve my time.
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the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman reserves the balance of his time. the gentleman from arizona. mr. grijalva: mr. speaker, i continue to reserve our time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman reserves the balance of his time. the gentleman from washington. mr. hastings: mr. speaker, if i ask my friend, does he have no more speakers? with that, mr. speaker, i'd like to yield as much time as he may consume to the distinguished ranking member on the natural resources subcommittee, as much time as he may consume, and, mr. speaker -- mr. speaker, i ask unanimous consent that he control the time after he uses -- of this debate after he uses his time for his debate. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. mr. hastings: thank you. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from utah is recognized. mr. bishop: thank you, mr. speaker. i appreciate that. i think a couple of the speakers have given what is one of the crux problems, not of this, the santa cruz heritage area, but of the overall issue itself. the gentleman from arizona does a good job in representing his constituents.
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he did say there are 49 heritage areas. there have been heritage areas for the last 25 years, and therein is the problem. when moe udall was chairman of that committee that's the first time this concept of a heritage area was introduced. the concept was going to be this is startup money and then the heritage areas would be on that own. bruce vento did say, 10 years and we are out of there. this was never supposed to be a 25-year program for any of these areas. the problem is that when the 10 years were up, we keep extending the time limit on these areas and we keep extending the life and giving more and more money to these areas. in fact, it has become part that there is a cottage industry that has developed going out to areas to train them on how they can become heritage area and stay a heritage area to get more and more funding. it violates the very concept of
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why heritage areas were there in the first place. this year alone we have added nine new heritage areas. this bill itself has $15 million, which is is a 50% increase on what the majority of heritage areas do receive. the problem is very simple. this heritage area is to try to expand its tourism and other elements. and other areas pay for it. so if you're in tourist area a you are now being taxed and your money will go to promote tourism in area b. and if that was simply a startup fund, simply to get them starting, none of us really have objections to that. but it isn't. it's becoming perpetual as we extend and extend and spend and spend more and more on these elements. this particular heritage area in front of us covers 3300 square miles, private and public land. when republicans were in charge
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of this committee as a standard we always included standards in heritage area legislation that gives property owners to opt out of boundaries. it was compromised, it was weak but at least it was there. what we're trying to say is that people should have a voice in what is done to them. people should be given choices and options and we should not refrain from doing that. we should not have the government setting what the standard is, what the boundary is, what the requirements is and there are instances when outside groups have tried to pressure local zoning entities because of these boundaries. it is not right that people should be locked inside a boundary oftentimes with little prior knowledge of what is actually happening because boundaries do have consequences. otherwise, why have those boundaries? if these heritage areas are so innocuous, there is no reason to lock an owner in. give them an opportunity to
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give them full information and then give them the choices of what they wish to do. that is what -- that is how we should be treating individuals and property owners. this area is one that has heavily traveled with narcotic trafficking, human trafficking, and there is -- and now i appreciate the fact that the gentleman from arizona and the rules committee in is self-executing rule did give some modicum of protection in these areas. as late as last july, we attempted in the committee to try and put language similar to this to try and give some protection on these areas, rejected norkts on a partisan vote because several of the on -- opposite side did support us. i am proud of mr. grijalva of including this language in this bill, but it could be better and that's the issue before us. last week -- or less than a week ago the g.a.o. revealed that secure border initiatives are behind schedule, are years behind schedule because of
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environmental delays. that simply means there are people out there within the national park service that blame the border patrol for environmental damage. the park service's own admission is it takes six months to complete documents necessary to place critical border security technologies like observation towers. there's one tower that was stopped on these border areas until they could prove in some kind of scientific study that the sonoran pronged horn deer would leave that area out of their own volition and not be scared by these towers. i'm sorry. that's ridiculous. but that's the -- that's the reality of why we are here and the reality of what is happening. so there are some concerns with this area. the majority did put language in there to try and protect border security and the border areas, and i'm thankful for that and i applaud you for doing that. but you could have taken a big step further. this bill still needs -- you
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did put some language in there to try and protect personal property. but you could have gone further just simply to say people should have the choice and the option of what they are doing. and once again we have the problem of heritage areas supposed to be temporary, supposed to be startup staying year after year after year getting fund after fund after fund of public money from point a to fund the exact thing that is happening in point b in competition with point a. we have to rethink this thing which is indeed what the park service asked us to do several years ago to not produce any more of these heritage areas until we come up with a comprehensive plan of how we are going to function with these heritage areas. with that, mr. speaker, once again, this is -- the republic will not falter if this bill passes, but it could have been much, much better, and it could have done much more to protect not only our border security
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but also the rights of individuals than what we are doing here. some good steps forward, i admit but we have a long, long way to go. and once again we still have the problem of what to do with heritage areas that were supposed to be temporary and simply will not go away. mr. speaker, i yield back the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back the balance of his time. mr. bishop: mr. speaker, i reserve the balance of my time. i apologize, since i am now taking over, i would ask the gentleman from arizona if he has any more speakers. mr. grijalva: no. mr. bishop: with that i will officially yield back the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back the balance of his time. the gentleman from arizona is recognized. mr. grijalva: thank you, mr. speaker. and in summary i think h.r. 324 is a good piece of legislation. when the heritage areas were formed 25 years ago, i don't believe members of congress republicans and democrats, knew how successful they were going
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to be, how popular they were going to be, how much money that these initiatives would leverage in communities. and because of that, it continues to be popular with members of both sides of the aisle. the other issue is as we go through this legislation and debate what is in there or not, i don't believe that there is a level of appeasement that we can put into this legislation that would garner the support from my colleagues on the other side of the aisle. it is a good piece of legislation. i consider this not only good for the region that i represent but beginning the process of on the border lands dealing with issues comprehensively. one of those issues is to recognize the richness, the diversity and the history of the region. the other area that i want to talk about briefly is the issue of border enforcement. the problems along the border
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enforcement are not due to the creation of heritage areas. they are not the reason that we have unauthorized crossings. they're not the reason that we have drug cart tells. they're not the -- cartels. they are not the reason why we have organized gun runners from the united states. those are not the reasons why heritage areas are not to blame for that horrible situation. and the inability of homeland security over the last five years to effectively put their technology to work, to effectively do the kind of border security initiatives that they needed are not the cause of environmental -- environmental issues are not the cause of that. i would say ineptitude, inefficiencies and waste of money are the reasons why that didn't get done. this bill solves the problem. it solves the problem of a region needing a shot in the arm, an acknowledgment that it continues to be a valued part
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of this great nation of ours. and with that i yield back the balance of my time and ask for -- ask that the legislation be supported. thank you. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back the balance of his time. all time for debate has expired. pursuant to house resolution 760, the previous question is ordered on the bill, as amended. the question is on engrossment and third reading of the bill. those in favor say aye. those opposed, no. the ayes have it. third reading. the clerk: a bill to establish the santa cruz valley national heritage area and for other purposes. the speaker pro tempore: for what purpose does the gentleman from utah rise? mr. bishop: thank you, mr. speaker. i have a motion to recommit at the desk. the speaker pro tempore: is the gentleman opposed to the bill? mr. bishop: apparently. in its current form. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman qualifies.
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the clerk will report the motion. the clerk: mr. bishop of utah moves to recommit the bill to the committee on natural resources with instructions to report the same back to the house forthwith with the following amendment insert, in consultation with the secretary -- mr. bishop: i ask unanimous consent that the motion be considered read. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, so ordered. >> i object. the speaker pro tempore: the objection is heard, the clerk will reradar. the clerk: section 5c1 of the bill, insert in consultation with the homeland security secretary, after secretary. in paragraph 4 modify paragraph four to read as foal lows, modifies, impedes any border security, including drug interdiction and control. in section 9a of the bill insert, a, clarification, before nothing.
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at the end of the bill add the following, b, private property owner protection, one, no privately owned properties shall be preserved, conserved or promote big this management plan for the national heritage area until the owner of the private property has been notified in write big the management entity and has given written consent for such information to the management entity. two, any owner of private property included when the bound boundary of the national heritage area shall have their property immediately removed from within the boundary by submitting a written request to the management entity. at the end of the bill, add the following new section and conform the table of contents accordingly. section 13, border security. nothing in this act may impede, prohibit, or restrict activities of the secretary of homeland security to achieve operational control as defined
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under public law 101 -- 109-367 within the national heritage area. the speaker pro tempore: pursuant to the rule, the gentleman from utah is recognized for five minutes in support of his motion. mr. bishop: thank you, mr. speaker. i appreciate the opportunity. as i said, this bill could be definitely improved and we are presenting some amendments in here that take a bill and make it a much better, stronger, significant bill. i said in the original remarks that of course we have problems with heritage areas that simply will not go away, even though they were supposed to be around only 10 years. they keep living and living and consume manager funds. having said that i could still be supportive of this amendment if they were some specific guarantees placed in there for those specific issues we have addressed in the past that actually could be a way we could move forward on other bills of a similar ilk. specifically in there it deals
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with the idea of property rights. the gentleman from arizona did sponsor legislation that dealt with the yuma crossing heritage area. this was an area created in the year 2000 and according to the arizona farm bureau was much larger than local farmers were expecting. but, since -- and to exacerbate the problem again, local zoning bureaucrats used heritage boundaries for planning purposes. now the problem is, once established, those entities had no recourse as private property owners to exempt themselves unless you came to congress and had congress adjust the boundaries. the gentleman from arizona did that. we passed a law that slunk the size of those -- that shrunk the size of those areas down. that's a cumbersome and silly process to go through when we need to give people to make the decision for themselves and remove them whence they wish to.
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that's what this amendment does, it asks that before property owners be included give their consent to be included. some people would say, that's burdensome and difficult it's hard to find all the property owners in an area. yet when tax time come the government entities have an easy time finding the property owners. the matter is not how efficient it is or how easy it is. the matter should be that private property rights are not a burden to government and they should be respected in every way that is possible. especially in these areas where the national park service who will be administering this does not have a celebrated history of respecting property rights and finding unique ways of having willing sellers this language should become the standard template of all legislation that deals with heritage areas and how we handle private property rights within those. this bill draws boundaries on a map, it covers and surrounds private property owners and
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gives them no real recourse to remove thems with those -- from those boundary, even if it says they don't have to participate, that's not the same thing. i does have consequences. when it comes to border security this bill is a perfect effort for us to move forward in some specific way. as i said, i commend the gentleman from actually adding some language we have been trying to add to these types of bills in committee but the language here is not necessarily enough. what the sad situation that we find, not because of this bill, nor will bit solved because of this bill, unless we add this particular language is that the border patrol finds itself in a position of subservience to the national park service. i don't think americans yale know that when a border patrol agent cross into a national park he has to get out of his car and park it and walk. i don't think they understand that border patrol has to consult with the national park service before they put up an antenna on the border. their amendment gives language
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in there to try to not impede or prohibit. what we also put in this amendment is language that says nothing will happen that will hinder or restrict our homeland security on border areas. s that perfect opportunity to do system of it is there. this amendment, for the first time, says that when those land use plans the bulk of the border now in which the drug traffic and human traffic is coming are on public lands this says that homeland security must be consulted in coming up with the land use plans. so they are in equal -- an equal partner because this is significant right now they are not. and this amendment, amendment is going to move us forward so that homeland security will not be impeded in their elements. they will not have to wait to put up surveillance to see if a particular sheep will move or not move. that's what we're trying to do with this amendment. so once again, this amendment takes a bill and improves it,
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which is why i'm proud of this amendment. this amendment clearly states what property rights are and what may be in a heritage area, which does in the go away in 10 year bus tends to last on and on this gives the homeland security for the first time a right to be an equal player in the decision of how to handle these lands and this also gives us the right to make sure that nothing hinders or restricts what we do on the border, mr. speaker, i'll beat you to the punch and i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: for what purpose does the gentleman from arizona rise? mr. grijalva: to claim time in opposition to the motion to recommit. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized for five minutes. mr. grijalva: i've come to accept the fact that redundancy is part of the process here we go through. so in accepting that reality, let me just state one more time, nowhere in this
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legislation is there an infringement, a taking of private property rights. nowhere. the motion asks that close to, maybe, close to a quarter million, if not more, property owners be notified and ask to be part of or not be part of the heritage area. that process would create a swiss cheese designation for that area and in the previous 49, there was not one instance where a property -- private property owner has been forced to -- coerced into being part of or permitting their private property to be used in a designated -- as a designation. that's already in the legislation. with regard to the issue of border enforcement again, i ask the rules committee to insert that so there would be
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clarification that the activities of homeland security plus all other local enforcement, the sheriffs, local police, etc., tribal police, that their ability to carry out their mission and enforce the law was part and parcel and that the heritage area in no way would i impend, infringe or restrict that ability. that is already in the legislation. so why the motion to recommit? i think it's just part of a very cynical exploitation of a very, very divisive issue in this country, the issue of immigration and the issue of unauthorized people in this country. the heritage area is not responsible for that situation. it has been the inability of this congress to come to grips with that situation that has aggravated and made it worse and as a person who represents
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the border and has to deal with constituents affected by this decision every day, the lack of attention, serious, rational mature attention to this issue, rather than exploitation of this issue is what they're asking this congress to do. the heritage area has nothing to do with how we're going to resolve this issue. the heritage area for once is an acknowledgment of a part of this country that for too long and most recently in a very cynical way has been exploited both as a region and the people who live there. we are saying this heritage area is your acknowledgment that you're part and parcel of this country. i ask that the motion to recommit be defeated and yield back my time. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, the previous question is ordered on the motion to recommit. the question is on the motion. those in favor say aye.
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those opposed, no. the noes have it. the motion is -- mr. bishop: mr. speaker. the speaker pro tempore: for what purpose does the gentleman from utah rise? mr. bishop: i demand the yeas and nays. the speaker pro tempore: the yeas and nays are requested. those favoring a vote by the yeas and nays will rise. a sufficient number having risen, the yeas and nays are ordered. members will record their votes by electronic device. under clause 8 and clause 9 of rule 20, the 15-minute vote on the motion to recommit will be followed by five-minute votes on passage of h.r. 324 if ordered and suspend the rules @úlelelw,xgxdçlelw!ipi úlelelw,x7t2tpráeáfáfçjáf 1j áfáfáf
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the speaker pro tempore: on this vote the yeas are 259. and the nays are 167. the motion is adopted. for what purpose does the gentleman from arizona rise? mr. grijalva: mr. speaker. mr. speaker, pursuant to instructions of the house in
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the motion to recommit, i report h.r. 324 back to the house with an amendment. the speaker pro tempore: the clerk will report the amendment. the clerk: amendment offered by mr. grink of arizona. in section 5-c-1 of the bill, insert in consultation with the secretary of homeland security after secretary. in section h-c of the bill -- mr. grijalva: i ask unanimous consent to dispense with the reading. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. the question is on adoption of the amendment. those in favor say aye. those opposed, no. the ayes have it. the amendment is agreed to. the question is on the engrossment and third reading. those in favor, please say aye. those opposed, please say no. the ayes have it. third reading. the clerk: a bill to establish the santa cruz valley national heritage area, and for other purposes. the speaker pro tempore: the question is on the passage of the bill.
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the speaker pro tempore: on this vote the yeas are 281. and the nays are 142. the bill is passed.
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without objection a motion to reconsider is laid on the table. the unfinished business is the question on suspending the rules and agreeing to house resolution 696 which the clerk will report by title. the clerk: house resolution 696, resolution acknowledging and congratulating western wyoming community college in southwest wyoming on the occasion of its 50th anniversary of service to the students and citizens of the state of wyoming. the speaker pro tempore: the question is, will the house suspend the rules and agree to the resolution? so many as are in favor say aye. those opposed, no. in the opinion of the chair, 2/3 having responded in the affirmative -- >> mr. speaker. the speaker pro tempore: for what purpose does the gentleman rise? >> on that i request a recorded vote. the speaker pro tempore: a recorded vote is requested.
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the speaker pro tempore: the yeas are 418, the nays are zero. 2/3 being in the affirmative, the rules are suspended, the resolution is agreed to and without objection the motion to reconsider is laid upon the table.
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the speaker pro tempore: the chair requests members to remove conversations from the floor so debate may proceed. for what purpose does the gentleman from minnesota rise? mr. oberstar: i move to suspend the rules and pass the bill h.r. 3617, the transportation extension act of 2009. the speaker pro tempore: the clerk will report the title of the bill. the clerk: h.r. 3617, a bill to provide an extension of federal aid highway, highway safety, motor carrier, and transit out out of the highway trust fund
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pending the enactment of a multiyear law for such programs. the speaker pro tempore: pursuant to the rule, the gentleman from florida, mr. -- from minnesota, mr. oberstar and the gentleman from florida, mr. mica will each control 20 minutes. the chair recognizes the gentleman from minnesota. mr. oberstar: i ask unanimous consent that all members have five legislative days in which to revise and extend their remarks on the bill h.r. 3617 and to include extraneous material therein. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. mr. oberstar: mr. speaker, i yield myself such time as i may consume. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized. mr. oberstar: -- the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman will suspend. could we ask conversations to be removed from the floor so the chairman of the transportation committee may be heard.
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the gentleman from minnesota. mr. oberstar: thank you, mr. speaker. we gather here i guess i would say in my view reluctantly. to ask for a vote in support of extending the current surface transportation programs that are included in existing law, the safe, accountable flexible, efficient transportation act legacy for users, extend it for three months. i expected we would have put in place by now a six-year extension of current law. a new transformational surface transportation program. but along the way there has been a failure of political will. in various quarters. not on this committee not on the commn on transportation and infrastructure.
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we have done our work under the vigorous leadership of the gentleman from oregon, mr. defazio, chair of the surface transportation subcommittee. partnership with mr. duncan on the republican side. and in full committee mr. mica and i have worked together over the past 2 1/2 years. to craft a transformation of the department of transportation of the federal highway administration of the federal transit administration, of our safety programs, into a coherent, new vision and a new program with which to address the nation's transportation needs. new partnerships with the states, cities, and metropolitan planning organizations. we've done that removed a bill out of subcommittee. but along the way, there was a stumbling down the street from
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here at the white house, resulted in asking for an 18-month extension of current law. then the other body fell in line with a request for an extension of 18 months. that's not what we need in america. 18 months from now, we'll be back here at the same place on the house floor decrying the lack of investment decrying the fall off of fund decrying the lack of investment in our transportation systems while america chokes ever more in congestion, while rural america is not able to move fwoods to market while our traffic corridors for freight goods movement continue to move slowly. while businesses, enterprises like united parcel service spend $100 million a year for every five-minute delay their trucks experience.
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general mills in minnesota loses $2 million for every mile an hour their trucks travel below the speed limit because they have to pay overtime charges and late delivery fees. that's not the kind of transportation we need in america to keep the economy move, keep our society mobile. we need a robust investment. two national transportation policy commissions have reviewed the current structure of law and financing of law and said, this is not good enough. we need to invest vastly more than we are at all levels of government and both recommended an investment level in the range of $450 billion over six years. that's what our bill does. since we have not been able to reach an agreement to bring that bill to the floor within the time frame we envisioned, we are here to ask for a
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three-month extension to carry all programs, to ensure continuity of existing investment in our surface transportation needs. that is what this bill will do, continue programs, three additional months, give us opportunity to continue working out the issues of how we deliver service we deliver transportation investments in a more efficient, effective way to lead america into this 21st century. i reserve the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman reserves. the gentleman from florida. mr. mica: thank you, mr. speaker. i yield myself as much time as i may consume. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized. mr. mica: first of all, i want to thank the chair of the full committee and my democrat counterpart on the committee, mr. oberstar, for his tireless efforts.
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he's been fighting unprecedented obstacles in trying to pass a six-year extension of our most important transportation infrastructure legislation. as you know, in just a few days, our current legislation expires. in congress, we pass a six-year authorization and that's important so that states can plan and other entities can do long-term projects. as we've seen in the -- the problem with the stimulus bill is we have some very narrow constraints on the time in which money could be spent. because of significant infrastructure projects take a long time to go through planning process approval, the various red tape, we've seen it's very difficult, in fact, almost impossible, even with the best efforts of secretary
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lahood and district secretaries throughout the nation, transportation leaders throughout the nation, to move that money out into projects and get people working. that's why a six-year bill is very important. i'm kind of sad in a way that we have to come here for a three-month extex -- extension. i'm not opposed to a three-month extension but on behalf of my leadership, what my leadership has requested is that this extension be brought to the floor not on a suspension, which is sort of unanimous consent to proceed but to have the legislation go through the rules committee and have the opportunity for our side of the aisle to express itself and the only opportunity you get to do that is in a motion to recommit and through the regular order and process. that only requires a majority vote and i'm confident at that time that many members would
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vote on both sides of the aisle to proceed. everyone would like a long-term transportation bill. no one's happy that we're here at this 11 hth hour, the current legislation expires in just a few days, and without a long-term bill to get people working, to get long-term approval. so what we have here is several problems. first we do have a short-term proposal which many people have been opposed to. i'm going to take you back to the time, the last time we did this six-year bill. it took a year and a half, nearly two years to pass the next bill. so people were left in limbo for a long time. states can't plan, projects can't move forward, major infrastructure cannot be built, nor approved when you don't know what federal policy, federal -- the level of federal participation will be.
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now there are some issues with this proposal to proceed for three months. and members on both sides of the aisle should be aware. first of all, we have an issue that some project, and it has been confirmed with the other side of the aisle today, some projects that are named in the past six-year bill will not go over into this extension. so somewhere in one category of nontransit and transit, you have about a quarter of a billion, about a half a billion dollars in total will be transferred from the past legislation directed toward specific projects to the discretion of the secretary. so that does raise some questions, not just on the republican side, but the other side. what's going to happen with this half a billion dollars? the other issue that we don't address in this, and this is
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kind of sad because we do need to do this long-term, is rescissions. rescissions unfortunately -- we made a decision when we passed the last bill when we got to this stage that in fact we had to have sort of money to support these projects. we don't have money to support these prongs at the level we had previously agreed upon. so what takes place is an automatic rescission. now i wish this extension dealt with the rescission issue. now what's going to happen, folks, even if we pass this, most of the members of congress, now listen carefully you're going to get a call from your secretary of transportation, your secretary of transportation is going to tell you that the states will begin announcing rescissions. that means they're going to be cutting back projects because congress hasn't done its work. a three-month extension isn't going to do that, we really need a six-month extension to stop the rescissions. but i'm telling you, you're going to get those calls and
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that is a concern that is not addressed in this legislation. so we do have some problems with this. all in all i want to try to move the process forward. if the republican side of the aisle, my side of the aisle, decides to take down or not approve an extension today, it is not the final word. what they would like is the opportunity and i present this on behalf of our leadership on this side of the aisle, is a fair chance to bring up an issue. it may only be one vote, one opportunity to submit to the house and for hopeful improvement in this move to extend the expiring transportation authorization. it may be only one opportunity they'd like to do that through the regular order of coming out with a rule.
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that's the situation we find ourselves in. it's not a happy situation for me. it's not a happy situation for my colleague, mr. oberstar, but that's the reality of the ledge -- legislative situation that presents itself this afternoon. i have additional comments but i'll reserve the balance of my time at this time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman reserves. the gentleman from minnesota. mr. oberstar: i yield myself two minutes. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized for two minutes. mr. oberstar: in the contribution of the current law, the safety in 2004 and 2005, there were 12 extensions of the previous t-21 act. five of those bills were considered under unanimous consent. unanimous consent. with our concurrence on the
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democratic side, or, of course, it couldn't have passed by unanimous consent. four were agreed to by voice vote, three were passed by a recorded vote which at least two were requested by the republican majority. the first was 410-0. the second was 418-0. in the third recorded vote was 409-8. we didn't ask for a rule to take up the extension of current law. we partnered with the pajort of republicans to keep existing law in place and keep working on the replacement bill which came to be safe-t. i don't understand the appeal
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now for a rule to take up -- something i suggested when i learned from my good friend who had to be the messenger bearing bad news that the republican leadership in the house said they would not support the bill under suspension. i said well, we'll take it up under a rule. but then i thought further about this and found there's a great deal of support on both sides of the aisle for a three-month extension. then i thought further, we didn't do that when we were in a minority. we had a partnership. we wanted to see good policy achieved and we've had this partnership and i say -- i yield myself an additional minute. the gentleman from florida who's been a straight forward partner we have candidly talked through issues, mr. defazio and mr. duncan have candidly discussed issues, staffs have worked
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vigorously in crafting this transformational bill. there was no need for this disruption. we need an additional three months to continue working straight forward on a bill. now there was a statement put out by the leader's office that the leader on the republican side and the republican national committee chairman support joined with mr. obama, in supporting an 18-month extension of current law. that is the most unusual partnership i've ever seen. the republican national committee chair and the democratic president of the united states. in a most unusual alliance. it's not for the good of the country. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from florida. mr. mica: mr. speaker, i'm
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pleased to yield three minutes to one of the leaders on our side of the aisle, part of our leadership team, the gentleman from virginia, mr. cantor. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from virginia is recognized for three minutes. mr. cantor: i thank the gentleman and the speaker. rise in opposition to this bill for several reasons. in my estimation, mr. speaker, i believe that this bill reflects a bit of gamesmanship within the discussion over the extension of a highway reauthorization bill. i know that the gentleman from minnesota has made very clear his desire to pass an increase in the gas tax to fund a multi-year re-authorization bill. simultaneously while the gentleman from has expressed that desire this administration as well as the folks on the other side of this building in the senate, have indicated that they do not want to support a
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tax increase at this time and instead have advocated an 18-month extension of the highway bill. what it appears that the gentleman from minnesota has in response come up with this bill which would give a three-month extension seemingly to buy time to bring the parties together to the table to agree on a gas tax. now, mr. speaker, let's face it, the american people right now especially cannot afford an increase in the gas tax. such a tax would hit the unemployed, would hit the small businesses, would hit those least able to afford it the hardest. in addition to that, mr. speaker, our states and our contractors who are there needing some certainty deserve better than just a three-month
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extension. mr. speaker, we on our side of the aisle stand ready to work with the gentleman as well as with his leadership on a thoughtful approach to highway re-authorization. what we're asking for is a public rejection of increasing the gas tax. we say no to higher gas taxes. and i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back. the gentleman from minnesota. mr. oberstar: i yield myself 30 seconds. i appreciate the remarks of the gentleman, the distinguished assistant minority leader. in my remarks to the ways and means committee, i laid out seven or eight different options, all of those options are on the table. in our metropolitan mobility center provision of the bill we engage a wide range of private sector financing mechanisms to support investment in surface transportation in the areas of
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critical need where the greatest congestion occurs. we welcome all those ideas. i yield myself an additional 30 seconds. and as the gentleman from florida knows very well, he has advanced ideas that we have engaged in and are continuing to engage in how to finance the long-term six years of surface transportation, but this is not a gas tax now and only proposal. we're not considering such in this three-month extension. i say to the gentleman. and i would just like to quote a distinguished leader of this country, so what we're proposing is to add the equivalent of five cents per gallon to the existing federal -- i yield myself an additional minute -- existing federal highway user fee, the gas tax. that hasn't been increased for 23 years. the cost of the average motorist will be small -- to the average motorist will be small.
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the benefit to our transportation system will be immense. the program will not increase the federal deficit or add to the taxes you and i pay, it will be paid by those of white house use the system and will cost the average cardholder about $30 a year, less than the cost of a couple of shock absorbers, that was ronald reagan in 1982. aplauded him for that statement. it was a great -- i applauded him for that statement. it was a great statement of leadership. we're asking for ideas for leadership on how to finance the future of transportation. give us the time, give us the three months that we need to continue the dialogue and i invite the gentleman from virginia to participate in these discussions with us. i hope that he will. and i will yield to the gentleman. i reserve the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from florida. mr. mica: mr. speaker, i'm pleased to yield two minutes to the distinguished gentleman from tennessee and the ranking member of the republican leader of the
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highway subcommittee, of the transportation infrastructure committee. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from tennessee is recognized for two minutes. mr. duncan: thank you very much, mr. speaker. and thank the gentleman from florida for yielding me this time and first of all i want to say that i certainly agree with and support the comments that he made on this legislation a few moments ago and i found myself in the same position and i certainly want to thank him for the great leadership he has given me in his position as the ranking member of the transportation and infrastructure committee and i want to commend our great chairman chairman oberstar because all of us, chairman oberstar mr. mica, myself chairman defazio of our subcommittee, we all would like to stop these extensions. nobody wants a three-month extension or any kind of extension really. what we all want is to pass a
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major re-authorization bill. i'm in my 21st year in the congress. i've been here for all of the major highway bills since i first was elected in 1988 and those bills have always passed with overwhelming margins and strong bipartisan support on both sides of the aisle almost unanimous support. and today what you have you have the chamber of commerce wanting a bill, you have the national association of manufacturers wanting a bill, you have the american trucking association wanting a bill, you have labor groups wanting a bill. i could give a whole long speech just naming all the different groups and people across this country that want a bill and say that we need it, especially with the economy in the situation that it's in now. so it's unfortunate we have to talk about a three-month extension or a six-month extension.
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what we need to be talking about is a strong bipartisan highway re-authorization bill to help get this country moving once again and do all the projects that have been getting backed up and that are causing problems and delays all over this country. with that, i yield back the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's time has ex-tired. the gentleman from minnesota. mr. oberstar: i yield four minutes to the gentleman from oregon, mr. defazio, chair of the surface subcommittee. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized for four minutes. mr. defazio north carolina the -- mr. defazio: the gentleman can try to change the subject about a gas tax or user fee but that's not what's before us today. what's before us today is on october 1, a short time from now, will the states see a loss of $4.5 billion in funding for highway, bridge, and transit projects, across this country. our economy is teetering and
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they want to play politics with an extension of existing policy and gas tax which has been the same since 1993. it's not too much to ask. they want to play politics with that they want to jeopardize it. they want to delay it. if they're totally successful $4.5 billion in spending goes away october 1. hundreds of thousands of jobs are lost, transportation projects across the country come to a halt, transit systems grind to a halt because the federal funds aren't there, even though we can finance all those things without borrowing a penny out of the existing gas tax. that would go away too. maybe that's the world they want to live in. i don't. bridges falling down, transit systems that are unsafe to ride on and road surfaces that are unacceptable, growing congestion, that's not a vision
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for the future. that apparently is their vision. the status quo or worse. now they're talking about an 18-month extension. if we do an 18-month extension, that's 20 months, 30 months of the status quo which is failing us. we aren't rebuilding the system. 160,000 bridges are weight limited or obsolete. transit systems have $60 billion back log in outdated equipment. that's ok with the republicans, apparently they want the status quo because they're afraid of talking about any remedy of any type and any sort of investment. then if they aren't successful in killing the whole program if they just delay this temporary extension, on october 1 the states will lose $1 billion under the continuing resolution. $1 billion. all across america. 20% unemployment in the construction trades. and they're going to increase that number because they want to walk away from the billion
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dollars that would be there with the simple extension of this program for three months. if they're -- they can have the fight and the debate later when they want to play politics about the levels of investment in the bill and how we might get there that's three months from now or longer. depending on what we can work out with the senate. but the point is, you're playing politics here. you want to have a vote on a gas tax that isn't before this body, is not likely to be before this body any time in the near future. at least for three months if this bill is passed. don't play politics with investment or infrastructure. don't play politics with the economy. don't play politics with people's jobs. don't bring america to a screeching halt on october 1 and walk away from your obligation to extend this program. i yield back the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back. the gentleman from florida. mr. mica: might i inquire as to
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the amount of time on each side. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from florida has 10 1/2 minutes -- 9 1/2 minutes remaining and the gentleman from minnesota has seven minutes remaining. mr. mica: i would like to yield, then, three minutes to one of the rising stars of the transportation infrastructure committee aaron schock of illinois. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized. mr. schock: i rise today to connect three dots for my colleagues, yesterday's vote, today's vote and a vote that this body took on february 13. yesterday, i joined with a majority of this body in voting to extend unemployment assistance for an additional 13 weeks for american citizens. i cast this vote because unemployment in my state in illinois is now over 10.4%, the
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highest it's been in over two decades. the transportation industry in this country has hit -- has been hit even harder. in august of this year, unemployment within that industry climbed up over 16 1/2%. there were over one million fewer construction industry jobs this august than the prior august. now we took a vote on february 13 that was supposed to have alleviated this need. the american recovery and reinvestment act, known as the stimulus bill, was supposed to create or save 3.5 million jobs and hold the u.s. unemployment rate below 8%. ladies and gentlemen, it's clear to this body and also to the american people that the stimulus bill has not done its job. then again, the stimulus has not had a chance to make improvements in the construction industry and its unemployment.
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in fact only 63 billion or 7% of the stimulus was dedicated to infrastructure. interestingly, the rest of the stimulus is not being spent. without including the tax programs in the stimulus, only $98 billion worth of the stimulus dollars have been spent. an additional $140 billion is in the process of being spent. which means $343 billion of the stimulus remains to be spent. which brings me to today's vote. we vote today to delay consideration of the highway bill. why? we take this vote because no one in this body wants to talk about how to fund the highway bill. doing so is too politically risky. the problem, ladies and gentlemen, is that we need to find about another $140 billion in revenue to complement existing revenues in order to
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fund a $450 billion highway bill a a level that most agree is reasonable. no one wants to talk about the gas tax increase that would be needed to raise such revenue. but i would submit to you this. we voted on a stimulus bill under the guise of investing in infrastructure. we voted on a stimulus bill under the guise of putting people badge to work. yet today we are going to vote on the postponement of one of the biggest job creating bill before this body. wouldn't it make sense rather of the -- mr. mica: i yield the gentleman another 30 seconds. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized for another 30 seconds. mr. schock: i suggest it would be wiser to spend the remaining $148 billion on the shortfall in the highway trust fund and eninvest in america's infrastructure. there's nothing more experience than deferred maintenance for this country, whether it's the bridge collapse in minnesota or
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the bridge in my hometown that's been downgrade from three to two lanes because of its instability. rather than push billing that fly in the face of the majority of americans a health care bill that's failed to receive the support of the majority of american the majority of americans support a highway bill. we need to vote on a highway bill, i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's time has expired. the gentleman from minnesota. mr. oberstar: i yield myself 15 seconds to point out to the gentleman from illinois that we will in our next report next week, and i invite the gentleman to our committee hearing on the fourth in our series of oversight hearings show 100,000 construction jobs and by november, another 15 seconds, by november, another quarter million construction jobs. i keep track of it in a record that i have, week by week and yes if we had transferred the
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$140 billion from the rest of the stimulus if we'd taken instead of a $300 billion tax cut and put it into the highway program, we'd have a lot of people working. i yield three minutes to the distinguished gentleman from ohio a graduate of the committee on transportation and infrastructure. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from ohio is recognized for three minutes. >> i'm constantly amazed how both parties are able to snatch defeat from victory. i was excited when our former colleague the secretary of transportation said we don't want to deal with infrastructure for 18 month, we want to kick it down the road until after the election. i thought what a wonderful opportunity to -- for the republicans to regain their
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historical role, like with abraham lincoln. george h.w. bush signed the first comprehensive highway bill in 1991. we only ran into a problem during the re-authorization of what's now known as safety lou when they decided we only needed $256 billion out of a highway trust fund that had more than that to solve all the problems in the country. we argued and wrangled and compromised but the bill was two years late. when it was two years late we didn't deliver the money to the states to do projects and people couldn't have jobs. for my good friend, the new member from illinois this debate today, there's only a couple of games in town. the president has said he doesn't want to deal with this for 18 months that will cause a loss of jobs. our friends on the other side of the capitol don't want to deal with it for 18 months. my friends who object to this three-month extension, what
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they're objecting to is not a three-month extension we do this like changing our socks around here this is not a big deal. but by passing the three-month extension you give the only person in town who believe, and i've got a bet on him, i've got 10 bucks bet on the chairman, he can get a highway bill done in three months. all this says is the only guy willing to do a full six-year bill and figure it out to put people back to work, jim oberstar the chairman of the committee, we're not going to let you do that. we're going to take the 18-month extension from the senate and we're going to be done. i'm telling you, it's just wrong. it's just wrong. the chairman needs to have the ability to put this forward and the republican party despite some members of our leadership needs to stand up and say you know what, republicans, unlike what my friend from oregon said, republicans believe in infrastructure, we helped build this country and to turn our
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backs on that now to try to score some cheap political point, as the gentleman said, is outlandish. you need to vote for this thing, get over it, let's do the extension. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from florida. mr. mica: i would like to yield to the gentleman from arizona, mr. flake, two minutes at this time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from arizona is recognized for two minutes. mr. flake: i thank the gentleman for yielding. the gentleman from minnesota mentioned -- decried the lack of bipartisanship here. now the problem with the highway bill has never been lack of bipartisanship. the problem has been lack of fiscal responsibility. when we did safety lou five years ago, or four years ago, it passed by a margin, i think there were only eight dissenting votes in the house, only three in the senate. yet it was a bill that was far too big for the highway bill. the highway trust fund. we didn't have sufficient money
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there. we've had -- the other gentleman from oregon mentioned that we're able to fund out of the highway trust fund without borrowing any money. if that's the case, why have we transferred, twice this year, $8 million in one traunch i'm sorry, billion, in one traunch $7 billion in another traunch, one ma -- money that would back fill they are money we don't have in this legislation. let me point out another thing that's troubling here. there are extensions of certain projects in the bill and not of others. i'm glad a lot of projects, including most of the 6,300 earmarks in safety lou are now finished and completed and we won't be extending them, but there are exemptions, projects with a specific line item $
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750,000 for a flodget duluth, minnesota. these are projects that will continue to receive funding because they have a line item in the bill. there's an uncanny alignment, i think anyone would see, between the projects and those working on this legislation. so you can say what you want about earmarks or whatever else, but this is an example, if nothing else thombing spoil system alive and well. we shouldn't extend for three month we ought to take up now if somebody says we need to increase taxes, that's a debate we ought to have. but we shouldn't continue to spend money that we don't have in the highway trust fund because we'll simply have to transfer it later. i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's time has expired. the gentleman from minnesota. mr. oberstar: how much time remains on each side? the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from minnesota has 3 1/2 minutes remaining. the gentleman from florida has four minutes remaining. mr. oberstar: i yield 30 seconds to the gentleman from oregon. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from oregon is recognized for 30 seconds. mr. defazio: i say to the
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gentleman, just to correct the gentleman, what i said is we could continue the current levels in this bill over the next three months without borrowing any additional money. the funding is there. yes, some money was transferred this summer to make up for past expenditures for emergencies and other things from the trust fund. but we would not be -- borrowing any money to extend this program for the next three months. it would be paid for and put a heck of a lot of people to work and the bottom line is do you vote yes extend this critical $.5 billion investment next month in our transportation infrastructure, keeping our transit systems running or do you vote no, bring it to a screeching halt? the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from florida. mr. mica: mr. speaker, it's my understanding i have four minutes left. i'd like to yield myself 3 1/2 minutes. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from florida is recognized for 3 1/2 minutes. mr. mica: well, first of all we unfortunately do have ourselves in an awkward situation here.
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i might -- let me separate some fact from fiction and some statements have been made both by the democratic side of the aisle and the republican side of the aisle that i'd like to address. first, no one wants to kill a highway bill or no one wants -- no one is intent on killing the measure that's before us today to extend for three months. what i came here to ask on behalf of my leadership was that we in fact give the opportunity for regular order, that there be an opportunity for a bill to come through rules and sometimes you get one motion to recommit or one motion to be heard on changing the substance of legislation or influencing or stating your opinion on that
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legislation, that's all my leadership asked for, was a one-day delay. now we're not going to delay the extension of the bill because the current bill extends through the 30th. now let me tell you i've tried to be as bipartisan as i can in this process and as the republican loader of the largest committee in congress working with mr. oberstar, mr. defazio, mr. duncan, all the principles in this, to move forward because it is important for jobs, it is important for our economy it is important for the infrastructure that we know is crumbling, it's important for the future of this country to have sound infrastructure. this extension, whether it's passed today or tomorrow doesn't make a difference. what my leadership has asked is that they be given that one opportunity to make a presentation. so we're not -- there's no attempt to take down the bill, there's a request to have it
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come through regular order. we all want jobs. and, again, it's just that that request -- now, i have deferred to the other side of the aisle, the other side of the aisle in the house has been abandoned so many times i feel like an orphan sometimes trying to help my chairman and -- both the chairman of the full committee. i stood with -- chairmen of the full committee. i stood with them when the message was delivered to us that they were going to abandoned our work for a six-year bill 72-month bill. i said -- stayed with them when the secretary of transportation came and gave us the bad news and said that that's not the way to go. i stood with them when the other body, the united states senate said no, we're going to delay this process and only go 18 months. now i think i owe it to my leadership to try to give them the opportunity, on behalf of the minority, and we are the
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minority, to have their word on this legislation since it does have significant impact on the future of transportation, our infrastructure and the country and our economy. i think that's the least we can do from our side of the aisle as a responsible minority. so it's not an attempt to take it down, it's an attempt to state a position. and i reserve the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman reserves. the gentleman from minnesota. mr. oberstar: how much time remains? the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from florida has 30 seconds remaining. and the gentleman from minnesota has three minutes. mr. oberstar: i will close on our side, so i'll reserve the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from florida. mr. mica: i yield to the gentleman, mr. simpson from idaho, for 30 seconds. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from idaho is recognized for 30 seconds. mr. simpson: mr. speaker, i move that the house do now adjourn.
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the speaker pro tempore: the motion is on -- the question is on the motion to adjourn. those in favor say aye. those opposed, no. in the opinion of the chair, the noes have it. mr. simpson: mr. chairman. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from idaho. mr. simpson: on that i ask for the yeas and nays. the speaker pro tempore: the yeas and nays are requested. those favoring a vote by the yeas and nays will rise. a sufficient number having arisen the yeas and nays are ordered. @@ +:vn
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